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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



FOUR HUNDRED COPIES OF 
THIS EDITION HAVE BEEN 
PRINTED, OF WHICH THIS IS 

No.„ _ _. 




THE MAYFLOWER 
Approaching the Land 



REGISTER 

OF THE SOCIETY OF 

MAYFLOWER DESCENDANTS 

IN THE STATE OF 

CALIFORNIA 



A RECORD OF DESCENT FROM 

PASSENGERS ON THE GOOD SHIP "MAYFLOWER", A. D. 1620 

WITH AN APPENDIX 







VOLUME I 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 
MDCCCCXVII 



FOREWORD 



The Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Califor- 
nia was organized January 11, 1908. In the following pages, it 
presents the pedigrees of the first one hundred members admitted, 
together with their supplemental lines. The first thirty-three names 
are those of the charter members. If this volume meets with a cor- 
dial reception, the second and third volumes will be compiled as 
soon as practicable, each containing the pedigrees of one hundred 
additional members. 

The opening of the Willamette Valley to settlement, and the 
discovery of gold in California in 1849, aroused the adventurous 
spirit of the descendants of the Pilgrims; and they formed an im- 
portant element in the first emigrant trains across the plains, and 
the passenger lists of the ships and steamers which sailed for San 
Francisco Bay. The early settlement of new territory is often 
shrouded in mystery, for the demands upon pioneers leave no leisure 
for the making of records. Hence, this Society has endeavored to 
preserve in this volume some account of those of the old stock who 
settled the newer States — whence they came, how and when. 

The Appendix contains copies of records not previously printed ; 
and it is hoped that the second volume will comprise a still larger 
proportion of such material. The Index includes all the names in 
the pedigrees and the Appendix, constituting a finding list of May- 
flower ancestry which is unusually comprehensive. 

Such a publication as this cannot be in general demand; but it 
is hoped that the support given it may justify the Society in author- 
izing additional research, to the end that records still existing may 
be traced and printed before they shall be lost irrevocably. 

Herbert Folger, Historian. 
Berkeley, California, December, 1916. 



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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY TO DECEMBER, 1912 

Governor: Charles Mills Gayley, LL.D., Litt. D., January 11, 

1908. 
Deputy-Governor: tGEORGE Willig Spencer, January 11, 1908 

— April 2, 1908. Franklin Bangs, November 14, 1908, 
Elder: The Rev. Sanford Taylor Brewster, May 24, 1912. 
Captain: Miles Standish, January 11, 1908. 
Surgeon: Sidney Worth, M. D., January 11, 1908. 
Secretary: Seth Wilson Cushman, January 11, 1908. 
Treasurer: Harold Edward Smith, January 11, 1908. 
Historian: Herbert Folger, January 11, 19O8. 

BOARD OF ASSISTANTS: 

tMRS. Maria Freeman Gray, January 11. 19O8. 

Mrs. Timothy Hopkins, January 11, 19O8. 

Col. Charles Hedges McKinstry, U. S. A., January 11, I9O8 — 
November 13, 1909- 

George Arthur Merrill, January 11, 1908 — November 12, 1910. 

Mrs. Edwin White Newhall, January 11, I9O8. 

Mrs. Cyrus Walker, January 11, 19O8. 
t Jural Weston, January 11, I9O8 — November 13, 1909- 

Clinton Folger, November 13, 1909. 
tJoHN Daniel Mersereau, November 13, 1909- 
tFRANcis Howland Porter, November 12, 191O. 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 1 Massachusetts No. 969 General No, 2687 

HERBERT FOLGER 
Berkeley, California 

Degory Priest, born about 1579; died Plymouth, Mass., 1 Jan- 
uary, 1621 ; married Leyden, Holland, 4 November, I6II, to 
Sarah (Allerton) Vincent, died Plymouth. 

Mary Priest, born Leyden, Holland, died Charlestown, Mass., about 
July, 1689; married, Plymouth, 1630, to Phineas Pratt, born 
about 1590, arrived Plymouth, 24- March, 1623, died in Charles- 
town, Mass., 19 April, I68O. 

Joseph Pratt, died Charlestown, Mass., 24 December, 1712; mar- 
ried 12 February, 1674-5, to Dorcas Folger, died after 1712. 

Sarah Pratt, born about I69O, died Nantucket, Mass., 27 June, 
1762; married Nantucket, Mass., 20 January, 1714-5, to Jere- 
miah Coleman, died Nantucket, 4 January, 1730. 

Enoch Coleman, born Nantucket, Mass., 24 March, 1724-5, died 
Nantucket, 15 January, 1799; married Nantucket, 5 January, 
1748, to Mary Myrick, born Nantucket, 17 April, 1731, died 
Nantucket, 14 November, 1815. 

Lydia Coleman, born Nantucket, Mass., 4 December, 1757, died 
Nantucket, 29 August, 1833; married Nantucket, 19 July, 1778, 
to Charles Folger, born Nantucket, 26 December, 1753, died 
Nantucket, 4 September, 1818. 

William Folger, born Nantucket, Mass., 7 November, 1785, died 
Nantucket, 18 November, 1865; married Nantucket, 5 May, 
1808, to Lucy Folger, born Nantucket, 23 February, 1789, died 
Nantucket, 17 December, 1855. 

Seth Folger, born Nantucket, Mass., 2 April, 1825; passenger on 
ship Henry Astor, sailed from Nantucket, 12 March, 1849, via 
Cape Horn; arrived San Francisco, California, 16 September, 
1849; died San Francisco, 20 August, 190O; married San Fran- 
cisco, 14 April, 1858, to Rachel Cottle Joy, born Nantucket, 
19 July? 1837; arrived in San Francisco, by steamer via Panama, 
in 1856; died San Francisco, 27 January, 1872. 

Herbert Folger, born San Francisco; married San Francisco, 28 
November, 1888, to Mary Anthony, born Sacramento, Cali- 
fornia (daughter of the late James Anthony, passenger by ship 
Humboldt, arrived San Francisco, 30 August, 1849). 



Note. — For the marriage records of Degory Priest and Enoch' Coleman, 
and the will of Charles Folger, above, see Appendix, pages 169-74. 



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California No. 2 Connecticut No. 281 General No. 2S04 

GEORGE WILLIG SPENCERt 
San Francisco, California 

William Brewster, born (probably) Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, 10 April, 1644; married before 1593, to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Jonathan Brewster, born Scrooby, England, 12 August, 1593, 
died New London, Conn., 7 August, 1659; married Plymouth, 
Mass., 10 April, 1624, to Lucretia Oldham, died New London, 
4 March, 1678-9. 

Grace Brewster, born Duxbury, 1 November, 1639, died New 
London, Conn., 22 April, 1684; married New London, 4 August, 
1659, to Daniel Wetherell, born Maidstone, Kent, England, 
29 November, 1630, died New London, 14 April, 1719- 

Mary (Wetherell) Harris, born New London, 7 October, I668, 
died New London, 22 August, 1711 ; married New London, about 
1694, to George Denison, born (probably) Stonington, Conn., 
28 March, 1671, died New London, 22 January, 1720. 

Sarah Denison, born New London, 20 June, 1710, died New 
London, 12 May 1797; married New London, 4 March, 1730-1, 
to William Douglass, born New London, 1 January, 1708, died 
New London, 12 November, 1787- 

Lucy Douglass, born New London, 27 November, 1743, died New 
London, 4 February, 1832 ; married New London, 5 January, 1764, 
to Lieut. Daniel Starr, born New London, 26 December, 1741, 
died New London, 5 June, 1780. 

Daniel Starr, born New London, 22 February, 1765, died New 
London, 17 September, 1833; married New London, 22 Septem- 
ber, 1796, to Hannah Way, born New London, SO December, 
1777, died New London, 23 May, 1859. 

Caroline Matilda Starr, born New London, IS June, 1805, died 
New London, 26 October, 1869; married New London, 16 
December, 1824, to Asa Spencer, born 1780, died Philadelphia, 
Pa., 1 February, 1847. 

George Willig Spencer, born Philadelphia, 17 September, 1843, 
removed to San Francisco, California, in 1868, died Berkeley, 
California, 2 April, 19O8; married Danvers, Mass., 9 May, 1884, 
to Catherine Esten Briggs, born Boston, Mass. 



t Deceased. 



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California No. 3 Massachusetts No. 850 General No. 2329 

PELHAM WARREN AMESt 
San Francisco, California 

William Bradford, baptized Austerfield, England, 19 March, 
1589, died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 
14 August, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born 
about 1590, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, died 
Plymouth, 20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650, to Alice 
Richards, born about 1627^ died Plymouth, 12 December, 1671. 

Samuel Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1667, died Duxbury, 11 
April, 1714; married Plymouth, 31 July, 1689, to Hannah 
Rogers, born Duxbury, 16 November, 1668, died after l6 July, 
1733. 

Gamaliel Bradford, born Duxbury, 18 May, 1704, died Duxbury, 
24 April, 1778; married Duxbury, 30 August, 1728, to Abigail 
Bartlett, born Duxbury, after 1703, died 30 August, 1776. 

Gamaliel Bradford, born Duxbury, 2 September, 1731, died Dux- 
bury, 9 January, 1807; married 10 March, 1757, to Sarah 
Alden, born Duxbury, 2 December, 1731. 

Gamaliel Bradford, born Duxbury, 4 November, 1763; died 7 
March, 1824; married Elizabeth Hickling, born Boston, Mass., 
22 August, 1770, died Charlestown, Mass., 19 May, 1817. 

Margaret Stevenson Bradford, born Boston, 1804, died Lowell, 
Mass., 1847; married to Seth Ames, born Dedham, Mass., 19 
April, 1805, died Brookline, Mass., 15 August, 1881. 

Pelham Warren Ames, born Lowell, Mass., 22 April, 1839, re- 
moved to California, 1861-2, died San Francisco, California, 9 
May, 1916; married San Francisco, 18 October, 1865, to 
Augusta Wood Hooper, born Honolulu, H. L, 10 May, 1844, 
died San Francisco, California, 14 January, 1916. 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 4 Massachusetts No. 966 General No. 2680 

ALDEN AMES* 
San FranciscOj California 

William Bradford, baptized Austerfield, England, 19 March, 
1589, died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 
14 August, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born 
about 1590, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, died 
Plymouth, 20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650, to Alicb 
Richards, born about 1627, died Plymouth, 12 December, 1671. 

Samuel Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1667, died Duxbury, 11 
April, 1714; married Plymouth, 31 July, 1689, to Hannah 
Rogers, born Duxbury, 16 November, 1668, died after 16 July, 
1733. 

Gamaliel Bradford, born Duxbury, 18 May, 1704, died Duxbury, 
24 April, 1778; married Duxbury, 30 August, 1728, to Abigail 
Bartlett, born Duxbury, after 1703, died 30 August, 1776. 

Gamaliel Bradford, born Duxbury, 2 September, 1731, died Dux- 
bury, 9 January, 1807; married 10 March, 1757, to Sarah 
Alden, born Duxbury, 2 December, 1731. 

Gamaliel Bradford, born Duxbury, 4 November, 1763; died 7 
March, 1824; married Elizabeth Hickling, born Boston, Mass., 
22 August, 1770, died Charlestown, Mass., 19 May, 1817. 

Margaret Stevenson Bradford, born Boston, 1804, died Lowell, 
Mass., 1847; married to Seth Ames, born Dedham, Mass., 19 
April, 1805, died Brookline, Mass., 15 August, 1881. 

Pelham Warren Ames, born Lowell, Mass., 22 April, 1839, re- 
moved to California, 1861-2, died San Francisco, California, 9 
May, 1916; married San Francisco, 18 October, 1865, to 
Augusta Wood Hooper, born Honolulu, H. I., 10 May, 1844, 
died San Francisco, California, 14 January, 1916. 

Alden Ames, born San Rafael, California; married Atherton, Cali- 
fornia, 27 December, 1913, to Maude Murray. 

* Resigned. 



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California No. 5 Massachusetts No. 874 General No. 2870 

EMILY FOSTER (TALBOT) WALKER 
MRS. CYRUS WALKER 
San Francisco, California 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 

l6ll, to Elizabeth , born about 1583, died Plymouth, 

2 October, 1673. 

Elizabeth Warren, died Hingham, Mass., 9 March, 1669-70; 
married Plymouth, about 1635, to Richard Church, born about 
1608, died Dedham, Mass., 27 December, 1668. 

Benjamin Church, born about 1640, died Little Compton, R. I., 
17 January, 1717-18; married 26 December, 1667, to Alice 
SouTHWORTH, bom 1646, died Little Compton, 5 March, 1718-19. 

Edward Church, born 1680, died late in 1706; married to Martha 
Burton, born 1677-8, died Newport, R. I., 14 April, 1750. 

Benjamin Church, born Bristol, R. I., 8 October, 1704, died 
Boston, Mass., 10 October, 1781; married Bristol, R. I., 26 
October, 1726-7, to Elizabeth Viall, born 16 February, 1707, 
died Bristol, 9 April, 1730. 

Martha Church, born Bristol, R. I., 25 October, 1728; married 
Newport, R. I., 12 October, 1746, to John Chaloner, born 
about 1726, died Newport, 26 May, 1765. 

William Chaloner, baptized Newport, R. L, 17 July, 1749, died 
Machias, Maine, 1 802 ; married Machias, Maine, 6 September, 
1774, to Mary Dillaway. 

Eliza Chaloner, born Machias, Maine, 29 August, 1785, died East 
Machias, Maine, 22 May, 1831; married 28 September, 1813, to 
Peter Talbot, born East Machias, Maine, 29 March, 1783, died 
Providence, R. I., 21 July, 1875. 

William Chaloner Talbot, born East Machias, Maine, 28 Feb- 
ruary, 1816, sailed from East Machias, Maine, as commander, on 
brig Oriental, 15 September, 1849, arrived San Francisco, 6 
March, 1850, died Astoria, Oregon, 6 August, 1881; married 
Eastport, Maine, 26 May, 1846, to Sophia Gleason Foster, 
born Eastport, Maine, 15 October, 1823, removed to California, 
via Panama, in 1853, died San Francisco, 18 March, 1911- 

Emily Foster Talbot, born East Machias, Maine, removed to 
California, via, Panama, arrived, on steamer Golden Gate, at San 
Francisco, 1856; married San Francisco, 30 April, 1885, to Cyrus 
Walker, born Madison, Maine, 6 October, 1827, died San Mateo, 
California, 1 October, 1913. 

Note. — For the will of Ninyon Chaloner, of Newport, R. I., see Appendix, 
pages 174-78. 

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California No. 5 Massachusetts No. 874. General No. 2370 

EMILY FOSTER (TALBOT) WALKER 
MRS. CYRUS WALKER 
San Francisco, California 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 
July, 1644. 

Constance Hopkins, passenger on the Mayflower, died Eastham, 
Mass., October, 1677; married Plymouth, Mass., between 1623 
and 1 June, 1627, to Nicholas Snow, died Eastham, Mass., 25 
November, 1676. 

Joseph Snow, born about 1634, died 3 January, 1722-3; married 
to Mary . 

Stephen Snow, born 24 February, 1681, died 1769; married 12 
July, 1705, to Margaret Elkins. 

Margaret Snow, born Eastham, Mass., 14 May, 1706; married 
Eastham, Mass., 15 February, 1727-8, to Eldad Atwood, born 
Eastham, 9 July, 1695. 

Mary Atwood, born Hopkinton, Mass., 22 October, 1747, died 30 
September, 1836; married Holliston, Mass., 27 November, 1766, 
to Daniel Daniels, baptized Holliston, Mass., 9 October, 1743, 
died Holliston, 6 December, 1819. 

Rhoda (Daniels) Whitney, born Holliston, Mass., 8 May, 1767, 
died Hopkinton, Mass., 17 February, 1814; married 24 January, 
1790, to Capt. John Hayden, born 11 September, 1740, died 
Hopkinton, Mass., 17 April, 1824. 

Ruthy Jones Hayden, born Hopkinton, Mass., 22 July, 1801, died 
Eastport, Maine, 15 June, 1886; married Eastport, Maine, l6 
August, 1821, to Ezekiel Foster, born Machias, Maine, 22 
October, 1790, died Pembroke, Maine, 15 October, 1843. 

Sophia Gleason Foster, born Eastport, Maine, 15 October, 1823, 
died San Francisco, California, 18 March, 1911; married East- 
port, Maine, 26 May, 1846, to William Chaloner Talbot, born 
East Machias, Maine, 28 February, 1816, died Astoria, Oregon, 
6 August, 1881. 

Emily Foster Talbot, born East Machias, Maine; married San 
Francisco, California, 30 April, 1885, to Cyrus Walker, born 
Madison, Maine, 6 October, 1827, died San Mateo, California, 
1 October, 1913. 



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California No. 5 Massachusetts No. 874 General No. 2370 

EMILY FOSTER (TALBOT) WALKER 
MRS. CYRUS WALKER 
San Francisco, California 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 
July, 1644. 

Constance Hopkins, passenger on the Mayflower, died Eastham, 
Mass., October, 1677; married Plymouth, Mass., between 162.3 
and 1 June, 1627, to Nicholas Snow, died Eastham, Mass., 
25 November, 1676. 

Mark Snow, born 9 May, 1628; married 18 January, 1654, to 
(1) Anne Cooke, died Eastham, Mass., 25 July, 1656. 

Anne Snow, born Eastham, Mass., 7 July, 1656; married East- 
ham, Mass., 14 February, 1683, to Eldad Atwood. 

Eldad Atwood, born Eastham, Mass., 9 July, 1695; married East- 
ham, 15 February, 1727-8, to Margaret Snow, born Eastham, 
14 May, 1706. 

Mary Atwood, born Hopkinton, Mass., 22 October, 1747, died 30 
September, 1836; married HoUiston, Mass., 27 November, 1766, 
to Daniel Daniels, baptized Holliston, Mass., 9 October, 1743, 
died Holliston, 6 December, 1819- 

Rhoda (Daniels) Whitney, born Holliston, Mass., 8 May, 1767, 
died Hopkinton, Mass., 17 February, 1814; married 24 January, 
1790, to Capt. John Hayden, born 11 September, 1740, died 
Hopkinton, Mass., 17 April, 1824. 

RuTHY Jones Hayden, born Hopkinton, Mass., 22 July, 1801, died 
Eastport, Maine, 15 June, 1886; married Eastport, Maine, l6 
August, 1821, to EzEKiEL Foster, born Machias, Maine, 22 
October, 1790, died Pembroke, Maine, 15 October, 1843. 

Sophia Gleason Foster, born Eastport, Maine, 15 October, 1823, 
died San Francisco, California, 18 March, 1911; married East- 
port, Maine, 26 May, 1846, to William Chaloner Talbot, born 
East Machias, Maine, 28 February, 1816, died Astoria, Oregon, 
6 August, 1881. 

Emily Foster Talbot, born East Machias, Maine; married San 
Francisco, California, 30 April, 1885, to Cyrus Walker, born 
Madison, Maine, 6 October, 1827, died San Mateo, California, 
1 October, 1913. 



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California No. 6 Massachusetts No. 879 General No. 2407 

TALBOT CYRUS WALKER 
San Francisco, California 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 

1611, to Elizabeth , born about 1583, died Plymouth, 

2 October, 1673. 
Elizabeth Warren, died Hingham, Mass., 9 March, 1669-70; 

married Plymouth, about 1635, to Richard Church, born about 

1608, died Dedham, Mass., 27 December, 1668. 

Benjamin Church, born about 1640, died Little Compton, R. I., 
17 January, 1717-18; married 26 December, 1667, to Alice 
Southworth, born 1646, died Little Compton, 5 March, 1718-19. 

Edward Church, born 1680, died late in 1706; married to Martha 
Burton, born 1677-8, died Newport, R. I., 14 April, 1750. 

Benjamin Church, born Bristol, R. I., 8 October, 1704, died 
Boston, Mass., 10 October, 1781 ; married Bristol, R. I., 26 
October, 1726-7, to Elizabeth Viall, born l6 February, 1707, 
died Bristol, 9 April, 1730. 

Martha Church, born Bristol, R. I., 25 October, 1728; married 
Newport, R. I., 12 October, 1746, to John Chaloner, born 
about 1726, died Newport, 26 May, 1765. 

William Chaloner, baptized Newport, R. I., 17 July, 1749, died 
Machias, Maine, 1802; married Machias, Maine, 6 September, 
1774, to Mary Dillaway. 

Eliza Chaloner, born Machias, Maine, 29 August, 1785, died East 
Machias, Maine, 22 May, 1831; married 28 September, 1813, to 
Peter Talbot, born East Machias, Maine, 29 March, 1783, died 
Providence, R. I., 21 July, 1875. 

William Chaloner Talbot, born East Machias, Maine, 28 Feb- 
ruary, 1816, sailed from East Machias, Maine, as commander, on 
brig Oriental, 15 September, 1849, arrived San Francisco, 6 
March, 1850, died Astoria, Oregon, 6 August, 1881; married 
Eastport, Maine, 26 May, 1846, to Sophia Gleason Foster, 
born Eastport, Maine, 15 October, 1823, removed to California, 
via Panama, in 1853, died San Francisco, 18 March, 1911- 

Emily Foster Talbot, born East Machias, Maine, removed to 
California, via, Panama, arrived, on steamer Golden Gate, at San 
Francisco. 1856; married San Francisco. 30 April, 1885, to Cyrtts 
Walker, born Madison, Maine, 6 October, 1827, died San Mateo, 
California, 1 October, 1913. 

Talbot Cyrus Walker, born San Francisco; married San Fran- 
cisco 27 June, 1911, to Mary Alvord Keeney. 

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California No. 7 Massachusetts No. 893 General No. 2453 

SOPHIA GLEASON (TALBOT) PIERCE 

MRS. IRA PIERCE 

San Francisco, California 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 

l6ll, to Elizabeth , born about 1583, died Plymouth^ 

2 October, 1673. 

Elizabeth Warren, died Hingham, Mass., 9 March, 1669-70; 
married Plymouth, about 1635, to Richard Church, born about 
1608, died Dedham, Mass., 27 December, 1668. 

Benjamin Church, born about 1640, died Little Compton, R. L, 
17 January, 1717-18; married 26 December, 1667, to Alice 
SouTHWORTH, born 1646, died Little Compton, 5 March, 1718-19- 

Edward Church, born 1680, died late in 1706; married to Martha 
Burton, born 1677-8, died Newport, R. I., 14 April, 1750. 

Benjamin Church, born Bristol, R. I., 8 October, 1704, died 
Boston, Mass., 10 October, 1781; married Bristol, R. I., 26 
October, 1726-7, to Elizabeth Viall, born 16 February, 1707, 
died Bristol, 9 April, 1730. 

Martha Church, born Bristol, R. I., 25 October, 1728; married 
Newport, R. I., 12 October, 1746, to John Chaloner, born 
about 1726, died Newport, 26 May, 1765. 

William Chaloner, baptized Newport, R. L, 17 July, 1749, died 
Machias, Maine, 1 802 ; married Machias, Maine, 6 September, 
1774, to Mary Dillaway. 

Eliza Chaloner, born Machias, Maine, 29 August, 1785, died East 
Machias, Maine, 22 May, 1831; married 28 September, 1813, to 
Peter Talbot, born East Machias, Maine, 29 March, 1783, died 
Providence, R. I., 21 July, 1875. 

William Chaloner Talbot, born East Machias, Maine, 28 Feb- 
ruary, 1816, sailed from East Machias, Maine, as commander, on 
brig Oriental, 15 September, 1849, arrived San Francisco, 6 
March, 1850, died Astoria, Oregon, 6 August, 1881; married 
Eastport, Maine, 26 May, 1846, to Sophia Gleason FosteR; 
born Eastport, Maine, 15 October, 1823, removed to California, 
via Panama, in 1853, died San Francisco, 18 March, 1911- 

Sophia Gleason Talbot, born Eastport, Maine; married San 
Francisco. 27 July, 1876, to Ira Pierce, born Standish, Maine, 
26 December, 1836, died San Francisco, 13 March, I9IS. 



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California No. 8 Massachusetts No. 810 General No. 2243 

MISS LAURILLA MOORE HATHAWAY 
Berkeley, California 

Thomas Rogers, died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 
31 March, 1621; married . 

John Rogers, died Duxbury, Mass., before 20 September, 1692; 
married 16 April, 1639, to Ann Churchman. 

Elizabeth Rogers, born Duxbury, Mass., died Taunton, Mass. ; 
married Duxbury, 17 November, 1668, to Nathaniel Williams, 
born Gloucester, baptized 7 February, 1641, died Taunton, Mass., 
16 August, 1692. 

Elizabeth Williams, born Taunton, 18 April, 1686, died Taunton, 
2 May, 1732; married Taunton, 1708, to John Macomber, born 
Taunton, 18 March, 1681, died 14 December, 1747. 

Elizabeth (Macomber) Rounseville, born Taunton, 1720, died 
after December, 1783; married at Taunton, to William Ashley, 
born Rochester, Mass., died before November, 1783. 

Abiah Ashley, born Rochester, Mass., 15 July, 1751, died in the 
West, September, 1843; married Freetown, Mass., 18 December, 
1777, to Philip Hathaway, born East Taunton, 23 February, 
1756, died Freetown, Mass., 14 June, 1839. 

Betsy Hathaway, born Assonet, Mass., 12 October, 1780, died 
Assonet, 11 October, 1873; married Assonet, 17 May, 1799, to 
Edmund Hathaway, born Freetown, Mass., 29 September, 1771, 
died 5 October, 1832. 

Charles Wesley Hathaway, born Assonet, Mass., 7 April, 1821, 
passenger by brig Dr. Hitchcock, sailed from New York, 16 
March, 1849, to Chagres, crossed the Isthmus, sailed from Pan- 
ama by Soledad, arrived San Francisco, 3 August, 1849, active 
member Vigilante Committee of San Francisco, 1852 and 1856, 
died San Lorenzo, California, 25 May, 1899; married San Fran- 
cisco, 14 July, 1862, to Laurilla Moore, born Putney, Vermont, 
1 November, 1836, sailed from New York by steamer Northern 
Light, 10 May, 1859, via Panama, thence by steamer Orizaba, 
arrived San Francisco, 4 June, 1859, died San Lorenzo, Cali- 
fornia, 15 November, 1911- 

Laurilla Moore Hathaway, born San Francisco, California. 



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California No. 9 Massachusetts No. 432 General No. 1275 

EMMA WASHBURN (CLARK) PERCY 

MRS. GEORGE W. PERCY 

Oakland, California 

Myles Standish, died Duxbury, Mass., 3 October, 1656; married 
Plymouth, between July, 1623, and 14 March, 1624, to Barbara 
, died after 6 October, 1659. 

Alexander Standish, born about 1626, died Duxbury, 6 July, 
1702; married Plymouth, 1648, to Sarah Alden, born Plymouth, 
died Duxbury. 

Ebenezer Standish, born Duxbury, 1672, died Duxbury, 1734; 
married Duxbury, 1697, to Hannah Sturtevant, born Ply- 
mouth. 

Zeruiah Standish, born Duxbury, Mass., 1707, died North Yar- 
mouth, Maine, 26 April, 1798; married North Yarmouth, 1732, 
to Andrew Ring, born Kingston, Mass., 1696, died North Yar- 
mouth, Maine, 17 November, 1744. 

Hannah Ring, born North Yarmouth, 10 January, 1733, died 
North Yarmouth, 6 February, 1 793 ; married North Yarmouth, 
15 January, 1756, to Reuben Gage, born 1724, drowned 26 
August, 1758. 

Lucy Gage, born North Yarmouth, Maine, baptized 9 October, 
1758, died Portland, Maine, 1844; married North Yarmouth, 
Maine, to William Hubbs, born Jamaica, Long Island, 1755, 
died Middletown, Conn., 1811. 

Alexander Hubbs, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 31 January, 
1787, died Portland, Maine, 9 August, 1866; married Portland, 
Maine, 16 October, 1816, to Mary Lowell, born Portland, 
Maine, 9 November, 1791, died Minot, Maine, 15 May, 1878. 

Mary Caroline Hubbs, born Portland, Maine, 1 April, 1819, died 
Portland, 19 August, 1898; married Portland, 22 August, 1850, 
to Dennis Woodruff Clark, born Farmington, Conn., 27 May, 
1819, died Portland, Maine, 21 April, 1904. 

Emma Washburn Clark, born Portland, Maine; married Portland, 
29 December, 1881, to George Washington Percy, born Bath, 
Maine, 5 July, 1847, died Oakland, California, 14 December, 
1900. 



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California No. 9 Massachusetts No. 432 General No. 1275 

EMMA WASHBURN (CLARK) PERCY 

MRS. GEORGE W. PERCY 

Oakland, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624, to Priscilla 
MuLLiNS (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers 
on the Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Sarah Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Duxbury, before 1686; 
married to Alexander Standish, born about 1626, died Dux- 
bury, 6 July, 1702. 

Ebenezer Standish, born Duxbury, 1672, died Duxbury, 1734; 
married Duxbury, 1697, to Hannah Sturtevant, born Ply- 
mouth. 

Zeruiah Standish, born Duxbury, Mass., 1707, died North Yar- 
mouth, Maine, 26 April, 1798; married North Yarmouth, 1732, 
to Andrew Ring, born Kingston, Mass., 1696, died North Yar- 
mouth, Maine, 17 November, 1744. 

Hannah Ring, born North Yarmouth, 10 January, 1733, died 
North Yarmouth, 6 February, 1 793 ; married North Yarmouth, 
15 January, 1756, to Reuben Gage, born 1724, drowned 26 
August, 1758. 

Lucy Gage, born North Yarmouth, Maine, baptized 9 October, 
1758, died Portland, Maine, 1844; married North Yarmouth, 
Maine, to William Hubbs, born Jamaica, Long Island, 1755, 
died Middletown, Conn., 1811. 

Alexander Hubbs, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 31 January, 
1787, died Portland, Maine, 9 August, 1866; married Portland, 
Maine, 16 October, 1816, to Mary Lowell, born Portland, 
Maine, 9 November, 1791, died Minot, Maine, 15 May, 1878. 

Mary Caroline Hubbs, born Portland, Maine, 1 April, 1819, died 
Portland, 19 August, 1898; married Portland, 22 August, 1850, 
to Dennis Woodruff Clark, born Farmington, Conn., 27 May, 
1819, died Portland, Maine, 21 April, 1904. 

Emma Washburn Clark, born Portland, Maine; married Portland, 
29 December, 1881, to George Washington Percy, born Bath, 
Maine, 5 July, 1847, died Oakland, California, 14 December, 
1900. 



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California No. 9 Massachusetts No. 4-32 General No. 1275 

EMMA WASHBURN (CLARK) PERCY 

MRS. GEORGE W. PERCY 

Oakland, California 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 

July, 1644; married I6l8 or earlier, to Elizabeth , 

died Plymouth, between 1640 and 1644. 

Deborah Hopkins, born Plymouth, died Plymouth, after 1666; mar- 
ried Plymouth, 23 April, 1646, to Andrew Ring, died Plymouth, 
Mass., 22 February, 1692-3. 

Eleazer Ring, born Plymouth, died Kingston, Mass., 21 Novem- 
ber, 1749; married Plymouth, 11 January, 1687, to Mary Shaw, 
born about 1665, died Kingston, Mass., 28 November, 1730. 

Andrew Ring, born Kingston, Mass., 1696, died North Yarmouth, 
Maine, 17 November, 1744; married North Yarmouth, to Zeruiah 
Standish, born Duxbury, Mass., 1707, died North Yarmouth, 
26 April, 1798. 

Hannah Ring, born North Yarmouth, 10 January, 1733, died 
North Yarmouth, 6 February, 1793; married North Yarmouth, 
15 January, 1756, to Reuben Gage, born 1724, drowned 26 
August, 1758. 

Lucy Gage, born North Yarmouth, Maine, baptized 9 October, 
1758, died Portland, Maine, 1844; married North Yarmouth, 
Maine, to William Hubbs, born Jamaica, Long Island, 1755, 
died Middletown, Conn., 1811. 

Alexander Hubbs, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 31 January, 
1787, died Portland^ Maine, 9 August, 1866; married Portland, 
Maine, 16 October, 1816, to Mary Lowell, born Portland, 
Maine, 9 November, 1791, died Minot, Maine, 15 May, 1878. 

Mary Caroline Hubbs, born Portland, Maine, 1 April, 1819, died 
Portland, 19 August, 1898; married Portland, 22 August, 1850, 
to Dennis Woodruff Clark, born Farmington, Conn., 27 May, 
1819, died Portland, Maine, 21 April, 1904. 

Emma Washburn Clark, born Portland, Maine; married Portland, 
29 December, 1881, to George Washington Percy, born Bath, 
Maine, 5 July, 1847, died Oakland, California, 14 December, 
1900. 



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California No. 9 Massachusetts No. 432 General No. 1275 

EMMA WASHBURN (CLARK) PERCY 

MRS. GEORGE W. PERCY 

Oakland, California 

Francis Cooke, died Plymouth, Mass., 7 April, 1663; married 
Leyden, Holland, 1603, to Hester Mahieu, died before 18 
December, 1675. 

Jane Cooke, born in Holland; married Experience Mitchell, 
died Bridgewater, Mass., before 14 May, 1689- 

Elizabeth Mitchell, born Plymouth, 1627, died Bridgewater; 
married Duxbury, 6 December, 1645, to John Washburn, born 
in England, 1621, died Bridgewater, Mass., 12 November, 1686. 

Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, died Bridgewater; married 
Marshfield, to Hannah Latham, born Marshfield, 1662, died 
Bridgewater. 

Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, died Leicester, Mass., 1759; 
married Bridgewater, to Hannah Johnson, born Hingham, 
Mass. 1693, died Leicester, 1780. 

Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, Mass., died Middletown, 
Conn., 26 September, 1750; married Middletown, 24 December, 
1741, to Lucy Boardman, born Middletown, died Middletown. 

Joseph Washburn, born Middletown, Conn., 4 May, 1744, died 
Greensboro, Vermont; married Middletown, 21 September, 1763, 
to Ruth Wetmore, born Middletown, 25 April, 1745, died West- 
minster, Vermont, 1795. 

MincENT Washburn, born Middletown, Conn., 23 July, 1784, died 
San Francisco, California, 9 March, 1863; married Farmington, 
Conn., 13 February, 1809, to Abraham Clark, born Farmington, 
Conn., 5 September, 1780, died Chicago, Illinois, 21 February, 
1855. 

Dennis Woodruff Clark, born Farmington, Conn., 27 May, 1819, 
died Portland, Maine, 21 April, 1904; married Portland, Maine, 
22 August, 1850, to Mary Caroline Hubbs, born Portland, 
Maine, 1 April, 1819, died Portland, 19 August, 1898. 

Emma Washburn Clark, born Portland, Maine; married Portland, 
Maine, 29 December, 1881, to George Washington Percy, born 
Bath, Maine, 5 Jul}', 1847, died Oakland, California, 14 Decem- 
ber, 1900. 



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California No, 9 Massachusetts No. 432 General No. 1275 

EMMA WASHBURN (CLARK) PERCY 

MRS. GEORGE W. PERCY 

Oakland, California 

James Chilton, died on the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, 8 

December, 1620; married , died Plymouth, Mass., after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Mary Chilton, died Boston, Mass., before May, 1679; married 
Plymouth, between July, 1623, and 22 May, 1627, to John 
WiNSLow, baptized Droitwich, England, 18 April, 1597, died 
Boston, Mass., between 12 March and 21 May, 1674. 

Susanna Winslow, born Plymouth, 1628, died East Bridgewater, 
before 1683; married Plymouth, 1649, to Robert Latham, died 
Marshfield. 

Hannah Latham, born Marshfield, 1662, died Bridgewater; mar- 
ried Marshfield, to Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, died 
Bridgewater. 

Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, died Leicester, Mass., 1759; 
married Bridgewater, to Hannah Johnson, born Hingham, 
Mass. 1693, died Leicester, 1780. 

Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, Mass., died Middletown, 
Conn., 26 September, 1750; married Middletown, 24 December, 
1741, to Lucy Boardman, born Middletown, died Middletown. 

Joseph Washburn, born Middletown, Conn., 4 May, 1744, died 
Greensboro, Vermont; married Middletown, 21 September, 1763, 
to Ruth Wetmore, born Middletown, 25 April, 1745, died West- 
minster, Vermont, 1795. 

Milicent Washburn, born Middletown, Conn., 23 July, 1784, died 
San Francisco, California, 9 March, 1 863 ; married Farmington, 
Conn., 13 February, 1809, to Abraham Clark, born Farmington, 
Conn., 5 September, 1780, died Chicago, Illinois, 21 February, 
1855. 

Dennis Woodruff Clark, born Farmington, Conn., 27 May, 1819, 
died Portland, Maine, 21 April, 1904; married Portland, Maine, 
22 August, 1850, to Mary Caroline Hubbs, born Portland, 
Maine, 1 April, 1819, died Portland, 19 August, 1898. 

Emma Washburn Clark, born Portland, Maine; married Portland, 
Maine, 29 December, 1881, to George Washington Percy, born 
Bath, Maine, 5 July, 1847, died Oakland, California, 14 Decem- 
ber, 1900. 



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California No. 10 Massachusetts No. 953 General No. 2648 

DORA MOWATT (RIVERSMITH) THURSTON 

MRS. GEORGE PIERCE THURSTON 

San Francisco, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mullins 
(daughter William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the 
Mayflower) , died after 1650. 

Ruth Alden, died Braintree, Mass., 12 October, 1674; married 
(probably) Duxbury, 3 February, 1657, to John Bass, born 
about 1632, died Braintree, 12 September, 1716. 

Hannah Bass, born Braintree, Mass., 22 June, 1667, died Brain- 
tree, 24 October, 1705; married 1688 to Joseph Adams, born 
Braintree, 24 December, 1654, died Braintree, 12 February, 
1736-7. 

Ebenezer Adams, born Braintree, Mass., 30 December, 1704, died 
Braintree, 6 August, 1769; married 21 March, 1728-9, to Anne 
BoYLSTON, born 1 November, 1706, died 18 February, 1770. 

The Rev. Zabdiel Adams, born Braintree, Mass., 5 November, 
1739, died Lunenburg, Mass., 1 March, 1801; married Lunen- 
burg, 5 or 6 June, 1765, to Elizabeth Stearns, born Lunenburg, 
Mass., 20 April, 1742, died August, 1800. 

Hannah Adams, born Lunenburg, Mass., 21 or 28 May, 1769, died 
6 July, 1840; married 7 December, 1794, to Nathaniel Fel- 
lowes Cunningham. 

Abigail Fellowes Cunningham, born Lunenburg, Mass., 22 April, 
1796, died Saco, Maine, 1 December, 1866; married Lunenburg, 
Mass., 20 September, 1815, to John Shepley, born Groton, 
Mass., 16 October, 1787, died Saco, Maine, 9 February, 1859- 

Abigail Cunningham Shepley, born Fitchburg, Mass., 31 Decem- 
ber, 1823; married Saco, Maine, 6 June, 1848, to William 
Henry Riversmith, born Kennebunk, Maine, 25 November, 
1821, died Saco, Maine, 8 October, 1873. 

Dora Mowatt Riversmith, born Saco, Maine; married San Fran- 
cisco, 8 May, 1879, to George Pierce Thurston, born Bangor, 
Maine. 



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California No. 11 District of Columbia No. 181 General No. 2435 

MARY KELLOGG (CRITTENDEN) HOPKINS 

MRS. TIMOTHY HOPKINS 

Menlo Park, California 

William Bradford, baptized Austerfield, England, 19 March, 
1589, died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 
14 August, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born 
about 1590, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, died 
Plymouth, 20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650, to Alice 
Richards, born about 1627, died Plymouth, 12 December, 1671- 

Samuel Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1667, died Duxbury, 11 
April, 1714; married Plymouth, 31 July, 1689, to Hannah 
Rogers, born Duxbury, 16 November, 1668, died after 16 July, 
1733. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 15 December, 1696, 
died 10 May, 1777; married Hartford, Conn., 10 or 20 January, 
1716-7, to Charles Whiting, born Hartford, Conn., 5 July, 
1692, died New London, Conn., 7 March, 1738. 

Gamaliel Whiting, born 17 September, 1727, died (probably) 
Great Barrington, Mass., 27 November, 1790; married 18 June, 
1752, to Anna Gillett, born 18 February, 1738, died Great 
Barrington, 27 February, 1808. 

Mary Whiting, born 11 December, 1758, died 11 May, 1837; 
married Great Barrington, 30 April, 1779, to Lieut. Ezra Kel- 
logg, born Colchester, Conn., 5 September, 1754, died Great 
Barrington, 29 September, 1833. 

Lydia Ann Kellogg, born Great Barrington, 10 October, 1793, 
died Great Barrington, 9 February, 1865; married (probably) 
Great Barrington, 16 August, I8I6, to William Sherwood, born 
27 February, 1786, died Great Barrington, 22 October, 1871. 

Lydia Sherwood, born New York City, 1829, died Nice, France, 
8 December, 1877; married (probably) New York City, 30 
September, 1849, to Hiram Crittenden, born Tyringham, Mass., 
5 July, 1814, died San Bernardino, California, 18 February, 
1883. 

Mary Kellogg Crittenden, born St. Louis, Missouri; married 
New York City, 28 November, 1882, to Timothy Hopkins, born 
Augusta, Maine. 



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California No. 1 1 District of Columbia No. 181 General No. 2435 

MARY KELLOGG (CRITTENDEN) HOPKINS 

MRS. TIMOTHY HOPKINS 

Menlo Park, California 

Thomas Rogers, died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 31 
March, 1621 ; married . 

John Rogers, died Duxbury, Mass., before 20 September, 1692; 
married 16 April, 1639, to Ann Churchman. 

John Rogers, born 3 April, 1642, died about 1732; married l6 
Nov., 1666, to Elizabeth Pabodie, born 24 Apl., 1647. 

Hannah Rogers, born 16 Nov., 1668; married to Samuel Brad- 
ford, born Kingston, Mass., about 1668, died 11 Apl., 1714. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 15 Dec, 1696, died 
10 May, 1777; married 10 Jan., 1716-7, to Charles Whiting, 
born Hartford, Conn., 5 July, 1692, died 7 March, 1738. 

Gamaliel Whiting, born 17 Sep., 1727, died, probably at Great 
Barrington, Mass., 27 Nov., 1790; married 18 June, 1752, to 
Anna Gillett, born 18 Feb., 1738, died Great Barrington, 27 
Feb., 1808. 

Mary Whiting, born 11 December, 1758, died 11 May, 1837; 
married Great Barrington, 30 April, 1779, to Lieut. Ezra Kel- 
logg, born Colchester, Conn., 5 September, 1754, died Great 
Barrington, 29 September, 1833. 

Lydia Ann Kellogg, born Great Barrington, 10 October, 1793, 
died Great Barrington, 9 February, 1865; married (probably) 
Great Barrington, 16 August, 1816, to William Sherwood, born 
27 February, 1786, died Great Barrington, 22 October, 1871. 

Lydia Sherwood, born New York City, 1829, died Nice, France, 
8 December, 1877; married (probably) New York City, SO 
September, 1849, to Hiram Crittenden, born Tyringham, Mass., 
5 July, 1814, died San Bernardino, California, 18 February, 
1883. 

Mary Kellogg Crittenden, born St. Louis, Missouri; married 
New York City, 28 November, 1882, to Timothy Hopkins, born 
Augusta, Maine. 



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California No. 11 District of Columbia No. 181 General No. 2435 

MARY KELLOGG (CRITTENDEN) HOPKINS 

MRS. TIMOTHY HOPKINS 

Menlo Park, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, before 1624-, to Priscilla Mullins 
(daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the 
Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 31 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 13 December, 1707. 

Elizabeth Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 24 April, 1647; mar- 
ried Duxbury, Mass., November, 1666, to John Rogers, born 
about 1640, died Barrington, R. I., 28 June, 1732. 

Hannah Rogers, born Duxbury, Mass., 16 November, 1668, died 
after l6 July, 1733; married Plymouth, Mass., 31 July, 1689, to 
Samuel Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1667, died 11 April, 
1714. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 December, 1696, 
died 10 May, 1777; married Hartford, Conn., 10 or 20 January, 
1716-17, to Lieut. Charles Whiting, born Hartford, Conn., 
5 July, 1692, died New London, Conn., 7 March, 1738. 

Gamaliel Whiting, born Great Barrington, Mass., 17 September, 
1727, died Great Barrington, 27 November, 1790; married 18 
June, 1752, to Anna Gillett, born 18 February, 1738, died 
27 February, 1808. 

Mary Whiting, born 11 December, 1758, died 11 May, 1837; 
married Great Barrington, Mass., 30 April, 1779, to Lieut. 
Ezra Kellogg, born Colchester, Conn., 5 September, 1754, died 
Great Barrington, 29 September, 1833. 

Lydia Ann Kellogg, born Great Barrington, Mass., 10 October, 
1793, died Great Barrington, 9 February, 1865; married (prob- 
ably) Great Barrington, 16 August, I8I6, to William Sher- 
wood, born 27 February, 1786, died Great Barrington, 22 Octo- 
ber, 1871. 

Lydia Sherwood, born New York City, 1829, died Nice, France, 
8 December, 1877; married (probably) New York City, 30 Sep- 
tember, 1849, to Hiram Crittenden, born Tyringham, Mass., 
5 July, 1814, died San Bernardino, California, 18 February, 
1883. 

Mary Kellogg Crittenden, born St, Louis, Missouri; married 
New York City, 28 November, 1882, to Timothy Hopkins, born 
Augusta, Maine. 

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California No. 1 1 District of Columbia No. 181 General No. 2435 

MARY KELLOGG (CRITTENDEN) HOPKINS 

MRS. TIMOTHY HOPKINS 

Menlo Park, California 

John Howland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY (daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on 
the Mayflower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 
December, 1687. 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627, 
died Barnstable, Mass., 13 October, 1683; married, about 1643, 
to John Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, Mass., 5 
February, 1675. 

Lydia Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 6 November, 1661, died 
Yarmouth, Mass., 2 August, 1744; married Yarmouth, 1 January, 
1683-4, to Hon. Col. John Thacher, born Marblehead, Mass., 
27 March, 1638-9, died Yarmouth, 8 May, 1713. 

Hannah Thacher, born Yarmouth, Mass., 9 October, 1690, died 
Colchester, Conn., 6 May, 1780; married (probably) Yarmouth, 
about 1715-6, to Nathaniel Otis, born Marshfield, Mass., 31 
January, 1689-90, died Colchester, Conn., 15 April, 1771. 

Lydia Otis, born Colchester, Conn., 20 January, 1716-7, died 
Lebanon or Colchester, Conn., 1 January, 1 807 ; married Col- 
chester, Conn., 26 June, 1740, to Abner Kellogg, born Col- 
chester, about 1716, died Colchester, 18 November, 1754. 

Lieut. Ezra Kellogg, born Colchester, Conn., 5 September, 1754, 
died Great Barrington, Mass., 29 September, 1833; married 
Great Barrington Mass., 30 April, 1779, to Mary Whiting, 
born 11 December, 1758, died Great Barrington, 11 May, 1837- 

Lydia Ann Kellogg, born Great Barrington, Mass., 10 October, 
1793, died Great Barrington, 9 February, 1865; married (prob- 
ably) Great Barrington, 16 August, 181 6, to William Sher- 
wood, born 27 February, 1786, died Great Barrington, 22 Octo- 
ber, 1871. 

Lydia Sherwood, born New York City, 1829, died Nice, France, 
8 December, 1877; married (probably) New York City, 30 Sep- 
tember, 1849, to Hiram Crittenden, born Tyringham, Mass., 
5 July, 1814, died San Bernardino, California, 18 February, 
1883. 

Mary Kellogg Crittenden, born St. Louis, Missouri; married 
New York City, 28 November, 1882, to Timothy Hopkins, born 
Augusta, Maine. 

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California No. 12 New York No. 681 General No. 1920 

GERTRUDE NEWKIRK (SMITH) SAUNDERSt 

MRS. CHARLES BURTON SAUNDERS 

Redlands, California 

William Bradford, born Austerfield, England, 19 March, 1589, 
died Plymouth, 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 14 August, 
1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born about 1590, 
died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, 17 June, 1624, died Plymouth, 
20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650 to Alice Richards, 
born about 1627, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

Hannah Bradford, born Plymouth, 9 May, 1662, died Windham, 
Conn., 28 May, 1738; married Plymouth, 28 November, 1682, to 
Joshua Ripley, born Hingham, Mass., 9 November, 1658, died 
Windham, Conn., 8 May, 1739- 

Irene Ripley, born Windham, Conn., 24-28 August, 1700, died 
Windham, 20 January, 1726-7; married Windham, 20-27 April, 
1719, to Samuel Manning, born Billerica, Mass., 14 January, 
1690, died Windham, Conn., 3 June, 1727. 

Hezekiah Manning, born Windham, Conn., 8 August, 1721, died 
Windham, 20 April, 1802; married 22 September, 1745, to Mary 
Webb, born Windham, 23 December, 1725, died Windham, 20 
December, 1785. 

Nathaniel Manning, born Windham, Conn., baptized 16 March, 
1760, died Windham, 9 March, 1814; married 4 September, 1783, 
to Matilda Morgan, born Windham, 6 October, 1764, died 
Schoharie, N. Y., 29 January, 1846. 

Nancy Manning, born Windham, Conn., 23 April, 1786, died 
Schoharie, N. Y., 13 December, 1872; married Windham, 15 
February, I8O6, to Chester Lasell, born Windham, 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1784, died Schoharie, N. Y., 30 October, 1864. 

Matilda Lasell, born Schoharie, N. Y., 23 September, 1810, died 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 24 August, 1863; married Schoharie, 
N. Y., 23 September, 1830, to Charles Adam Smith, D.D., born 
New York City, 25 June, 1809, died Philadelphia, Penn., 15 
February, 1879. 

Gertrude Newkirk Smith, born Baltimore, Md., 16 June, 1841, 
removed to San Francisco in 1875, died Redlands, California, 
25 December, I9II; married first, Philadelphia, 1864, to Ches- 
ter Knowles; married second, Philadelphia, 10 November, 1871, 
to Ashley Hamilton Ball; married third, Denver, Colo., I6 
April, 1884, to George W. Bowers; married fourth, to Charles 
Burton Saunders. 

t Deceased. 

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California No. 13 New York No. 272 General No. 5l6 

CURTISS CRANE GARDINER t 

Pasadena, California 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY (daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on 
the Mayflower^, born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 
December, 1687- 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627, 
died Barnstable, Mass., 13 October, 1683; married, about 1643, 
to John Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, Mass., 5 
February, 1675. 

Lydia Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 6 November, l66l, died 
Yarmouth, Mass., 2 August, 1744; married Yarmouth, 1 January, 
1683-4, to Hon. Col. John Thacher, born Marblehead, Mass., 
27 March, 1638-9, died Yarmouth, 8 May, 1713. 

Hannah Thacher, born Yarmouth, Mass., 9 October, 1690, died 
Colchester, Conn., 6 May, 1780; married (probably) Yarmouth, 
about 1715-6, to Nathaniel Otis, born Marshfield, Mass., 31 
January, 1689-90, died Colchester, Conn., 15 April, 1771. 

John Otis, born 4 June, 1727, died 24 October, 1804; married 20 
December, 1750, to Prudence Taintor. 

Eunice Otis, born 28 November, 1770, died 27 August, 1853, 
married 18 February, 1794, to Daniel Denison Gardiner. 

Lyman Gardiner, born 25 July, 1798, died 7 December, 1846; 
married to Mary Crane. 

CuRTiss Crane Gardiner, born 1 December, 1822, died Santa 
Barbara, California, 4 September, 1908. 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 14 Massachusetts No. 1004 General No. 2789 

CHARLES MILLS GAYLEY, LL.D., Litt. D. 
Berkeley, California 

Thomas Rogers, died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 
31 March, 1621. 

Joseph Rogers, died Eastham, Mass., between 2 and 15 January, 

1677; married before 1633 to Hannah , died after 2 

January, 1677. 

John Rogers, born Duxbury, 3 April, 1642, died Eastham, be- 
tween 27 April, 1713, and 10 August, 1714; married Eastham, 
19 August, 1669, to Elizabeth Twining, died Eastham, 10 
March, 1724-5. 

Nathaniel Rogers, born Eastham, 3 October, 1693; married 
Harwich, Mass., 1 February, 1721-2, to Silence Dimock. 

Jabez Rogers, born Eastham, 30 June, 1727, died Tolland, Mass., 
24 May, 1803; married Harvard, Mass., November, 1753, to 
Lucy Keep, born Harvard, 12 October, 1734, died Tolland, 3 
June, 1803. 

Samuel Rogers, born North Bolton, Conn., 30 January, 1764, died 
Unadilla, N. Y., 12 March, 1829; married East Windsor, Conn., 
24 November, 1785, to Sarah Skinner, born East Windsor, 
7 December, 1766, died Alden, N. Y., 2 October, 1850. 

Sophia Roxanna Rogers, born Granville, Mass., 27 March, 1791 > 
died Buffalo, N. Y., 9 March, 1852; married 11 January, 1815, 
to Calvin Mills, born Norfolk, Conn., 17 July, 1793, died 
Guilford, N. Y., 17 March, 1850. 

Sarah Sophia Mills, born Guilford, N. Y., 1 December, 1837, 
died Ann Arbor, Mich., 13 November, 1894; married Buffalo, 
N. Y., 20 August, 1856, to the Rev. Samuel Rankin Gayley, 
born Cavnabun, County Tyrone, Ireland, 18 October, 1826, 
died Tungchow, China, 29 July, 1862. 

Charles Mills Gayley, born Shanghai, China, removed to Cali- 
fornia in 1889; married, Detroit, Michigan, 17 December, 1892, 
to Sally Pickett Harris, born Montgomery, Alabama. 



Note. — An interesting affidavit by Calvin Jabez* Mills, bearing upon the 
above line of descent, will be found in the Appendix, pages 178-80. 



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California No. 15 Massachusetts No. 717 General No. 1929 

JOSEPH WALTER WARD 
Oakland, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624, to Priscilla 
MuLLiNs (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers 
on the Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Ruth Alden, died Braintree, Mass., 12 October, 1674; married 
(probably) Duxbury, 3 February, 1657, to John Bass, born 
about 1632, died Braintree, 12 September, 1716. 

Joseph Bass, born Braintree, 5 December, 1655, died Boston, 1734; 
married Braintree, 5 June, 1688, to Mary Belcher, born Brain- 
tree, 8 July, 1668, died 2 November, 1707. 

Elizabeth Bass, born 2 February, 1703-4, died Leicester, Mass., 
25 October, 1774; married 30 March, 1724, to Daniel Hen- 
SHAw, born Boston, 3 December, 1701, died Leicester, 18 No- 
vember, 1781. 

David Henshaw, born Boston, 19 August, 1744, died Leicester, 
22 May, 1808; married 1773, to Mary Sargent, born Leicester, 
27 August, 1755, died Leicester, 9 September, 1831. 

Sarah Henshaw, born Leicester, 10 April, 1787, died Newton, 
Mass., 6 October, 1863; married 1809 to Andrew Henshaw 
Ward, born Shrewsbury, Mass., 26 May, 1784, died Newton- 
ville, Mass., 1864. 

Joseph Walter Ward, born Shrewsbury, 2 July, 1814, removed 
to California by rail, 1873, died Oakland, California, 13 June, 
1888; married Boston, Mass., 22 June, 1841, to Catherine 
Mary Appleton, born Boston, 6 May, 1824, died Oakland, 
California, 12 July, 1898. 

Joseph Walter Ward, born in Boston; removed to Napa, Cali- 
fornia by rail in 1871; County Clerk, Recorder and Auditor of 
Napa County, 1875-79; married Napa, California, 23 October, 
1878, to Lizzie Souther, born Lawrence, Mass. 



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California No. l6 New York No. 877 General No. 2779 

SETH WILSON CUSHMAN 
Oakland, California 

Isaac Allerton, born about 1586, died New Haven, Conn., be- 
tween 1 and 12 February, 1658-9; married Leyden, Holland, 
4 November, l6ll, to Mary Norris, died Plymouth, 25 Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary Allerton, born Leyden, Holland, died Plymouth, Mass., 
28 November, 1699; married Plymouth, about 1636, to Thomas 
CusHMAN, born February, 1608, died Plymouth, 10 or 11 De- 
cember, 1691. 

Elkanah Cushman, born Plymouth, 1 June, 1651, died Plympton, 
4 September, 1727; married Plymouth, 2 March, 1682-3, to (2) 
Martha Cooke, born Plymouth, 16 March, 1659-60, died Plymp- 
ton, 17 September, 1722. 

JosiAH Cushman, born Plymouth, 21 March, 1687-8, died Ply- 
mouth, 13 April, 1750; married Plympton, 29 December, 1709, 
to Susannah Shurtleff, born Plymouth, about 1691, died Ply- 
mouth, 27 July, 1763. 

Isaiah Cushman, born Plympton, 2 February, 1730-1, died Upper 
Canada, 2 November, 1818; married Plympton, 1 November, 
1753, to Sarah Ring, born Plymouth, 2 September, 1737, died 
South Brookfield, 22 June, I8O9. 

Isaac Cushman, born Plympton, 31 December, 1759, died Troy, 
N. Y., 2 June, 1842; married about 1781 to Sarah Paine, died 
Troy, N. Y., 1832. 

Seth Cushman, born Pomfret, Conn., 15 May, 1782, died Guild- 
hall, Vermont, 8 March, 1845; married about 1804 to Mbhitablk 
Chaplin, died Boston, 1847. 

Charles Chaplin Cushman, born Guildhall, Vermont, 1804, died 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 25 November, 1849; married Belfast, 
Maine, 18 September, 1833, to Hannah Whittier Sleeper, 
born Damariscotta, Maine, 18 May, 1809, died Belfast, Maine, 
17 September, I86I. 

Charles Seth Cushman, born in Maine, 25 March, 1837, died 
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, 9 January, 1883; married Janes- 
ville, Wisconsin, 16 July, 1862, to Helen Mills Wilson, born 
Danby, Tompkins County, New York, 6 June, 1841, died Oak- 
land, California, 30 May, I9II. 

Seth Wilson Cushman, born New London, Conn., removed to 
San Francisco, 12 May, 1886; married Oakland, California, 16 
June, 1897, to Olive Reed, born Oakland, California. 

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California No. 16 New York No. 877 General No. 2779 

SETH WILSON CUSHMAN 
Oakland, California 

Myles Standish, died Duxbury, Mass., 3 October, 1656; married 
Plymouth, between July, 1623, and 14 March, 1624, to Barbara 
, died after 6 October, 1659. 

Alexander Standish, born about 1626, died Duxbury, 6 July, 
1702; married Plymouth, 1648, to Sarah Alden, born Plymouth, 
died Duxbury. 

Ebenezer Standish, born Duxbury, 1672, died Duxbury, 1734; 
married Duxbury, 1697, to Hannah Sturtevant, born Ply- 
mouth. 

Zeruiah Standish, born Duxbury, Mass., 1707, died North Yar- 
mouth, Maine, 26 April, 1798; married North Yarmouth, 1732, 
to Andrew Ring, born Kingston, Mass., 1696, died North Yar- 
mouth, Maine, 17 November, 1744. 

Sarah Ring, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 2 September, 1737, 
died South Brookfield, 22 June, 1809; married 1 November, 
1753, to Isaiah Cushman. 

Isaac Cushman, born Plympton, 31 December, 1759, died Troy, 
N. Y., 2 June, 1842; married about 1781 to Sarah Paine, died 
Troy, N. Y., 1832. 

Seth Cushman, born Pomfret, Conn., 15 May, 1782, died Guild- 
hall, Vermont, 8 March, 1845; married about 1804 to Mehitablk 
Chaplin, died Boston, 1847. 

Charles Chaplin Cushman, born Guildhall, Vermont, 1804, died 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 25 November, 1849; married Belfast, 
Maine, 18 September, 1833, to Hannah Whittier Sleeper, 
born Damariscotta, Maine, 18 May, 1809, died Belfast, Maine, 
17 September, 1861. 

Charles Seth Cushman, born in Maine, 25 March, 1837, died 
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, 9 January, 1883; married Janes- 
ville, Wisconsin, 16 July, 1862, to Helen Mills Wilson, born 
Danby, Tompkins County, New York, 6 June, 1841, died Oak- 
land, California, 30 May, 1911. 

Seth Wilson Cushman, born New London, Conn., removed to 
San Francisco, 12 May, 1886; married Oakland, California, l6 
June, 1897, to Olive Reed, born Oakland, California. 



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California No. 17 Massachusetts No. 918 General No. 2585 

MARIA (FREEMAN) GRAYt 

MRS. JOHN HENRY GRAY 

San Francisco, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624, to Priscilla 
MuLLiNs (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers 
on the Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Sarah Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Duxbury, before 1686; 
married to Alexander Standish, born about 1626, died Dux- 
bury, 6 July, 1702. 

Ebenezer Standish, born Duxbury, 1672, died Duxbury, 1734; 
married Duxbury, 1697, to Hannah Sturtevant, born Ply- 
mouth. 

Hannah Standish, born Plympton, Mass., 6 March, 1703-4; mar- 
ried Plympton, 4 January, 1721, to Seth Staples. 

Sarah Staples, died before 5 November, 1778; married to Daniel 
Wilde, born Braintree, Mass., 12 October, 1718. 

Sarah Wilde, married to Amos Martin, born Rehoboth, Mass., 
15 September, 1754, died Attleboro, Mass., 14 February, 1850. 

Sally Martin, born Norton, Mass., 26 August, 1781, died New 
Salem, Mass., 19 October, 1864; married Norton, Mass., 1801, 
to Nathaniel Freeman, born Norton, Mass., 10 July, 1781, 
died New Salem, 22 January, 1871. 

Daniel Sanford Freeman, born Norton, Mass., 1 March, 1805, 
died New Salem, 18 April, 1887; married Hadley, Mass., 5 
May, 1831, to Achsah Bridgman Kimball, born Hadley, Mass., 
28 October, 1808, died New Salem, Mass., 24 March, 1851. 

Maria Freeman, born New Salem, Mass., 15 February, 1832, 
preceptress women's department. Fort Wayne Seminary, in 1853, 
removed to San Francisco by rail in 1887, died San Fran- 
cisco, California, 16 March, 1915; married Fort Wayne, Ind., 
5 May, 1855, to John Henry Gray, born Prince George County, 
Maryland, 16 October, 1831, afterward Judge of the Fifth 
Judicial District of Iowa; died Des Moines, Iowa, 14 October, 
1865. 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 18 Massachusetts No. 1006 General No. 2791 

CLINTON FOLGER 
Mill Valley, California 

Degory Priest, born about 1579; died Plymouth, Mass., 1 Jan- 
uary, 1621; married Ley den, Holland, 4 November, l6ll, to 
Sarah (Allerton) Vincent, died Plymouth. 

Mary Priest, born Leyden, Holland, died Charlestown, Mass., about 
July, 1689; married, Plymouth, 1630, to Phineas Pratt, born 
about 1590, arrived Plymouth, 24 March, 1623, died in Charles- 
town, Mass., 19 April, 1680. 

Joseph Pratt, died Charlestown, Mass., 24 December, 1712; mar- 
ried 12 February, 1674-5, to Dorcas Folger, died after 1712, 

Sarah Pratt, born about 1690, died Nantucket, Mass., 27 June, 
1762; married Nantucket, Mass., 20 January, 1714-5, to Jere- 
miah Coleman, died Nantucket, 4 January, 1730. 

Enoch Coleman, born Nantucket, Mass., 24 March, 1724-5, died 
Nantucket, 15 January, 1799; married Nantucket, 5 January, 
1748, to Mary Myrick, born Nantucket, 17 April, 1731, died 
Nantucket, 14 November, 1815. 

Lydia Coleman, born Nantucket, Mass., 4 December, 1757, died 
Nantucket, 29 August, 1833; married Nantucket, 19 July, 1778, 
to Charles Folger, born Nantucket, 26 December, 1753, died 
Nantucket, 4 September, 1818. 

William Folger, born Nantucket, Mass., 7 November, 1785, died 
Nantucket, 18 November, 1865; married Nantucket, 5 May, 
1808, to Lucy Folger, born Nantucket, 23 February, 1789, died 
Nantucket, 17 December, 1855. 

Seth Folger, born Nantucket, Mass., 2 April, 1825; passenger on 
ship Henry Astor, sailed from Nantucket, 12 March, 1849, via 
Cape Horn; arrived San Francisco, California, 16 September, 
1849; died San Francisco, 20 August, 1900; married San Fran- 
cisco, 14 April, 1858, to Rachel Cottle Joy, born Nantucket, 
19 July, 1837; arrived in San Francisco, by steamer via Panama, 
in 1856; died San Francisco, 27 January, 1872. 

Clinton Folger, born San Francisco; married San Francisco, 9 
May, 1894, to Mary Frances Green, born San Francisco 
(daughter of the late Julius Converse Green, passenger by 
steamer via Panama, arrived San Francisco about January,! 856). 



Note. — For the marriage records of Degory Priest and Enoch' Coleman, 
and the will of Charles Folger, above, see Appendix, pages 169-74. 



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California No. 19 Massachusetts No. 878 General No. 2406 

GEORGE ARTHUR MERRILL 
Redwood City, California 

Thomas Rogers, died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 
31 March, 1621. 

Joseph Rogers, died Eastham, Mass., between 2 and 15 January, 

1677; married before 1633 to Hannah , died after 2 

January, 1677. 

Mary Rogers, born Duxbury, 22 September, 1644; married Barn- 
stable, Mass., 10 August, 1664, to John Phinney, born Ply- 
mouth, 24 December, 1638. 

John Phinney, born Barnstable, Mass., 5 May, 1665, died Barn- 
stable, 27 November, 1746; married Barnstable, 30 May, 1689, 
to Sarah Lombard. 

John Phinney, born Barnstable, 5 April, 1696, died Gorham, 
Maine, 29 December, 1780; married Barnstable, 25 September, 
1718, to Martha Colman, born Barnstable, 4 March, 1698, died 
Gorham, Maine, 16 December, 1784. 

Patience Phinney, born Barnstable or Falmouth, Maine, 27 June, 
1730, died Gorham, Maine, 1757; married Gorham, 3 February, 
1750, to Thomas Weston. 

Patience Weston, born Gorham, Maine, 3 October, 1751, died 
Gorham, 23 December, 1784; married Gorham (published), 15 
April, 1775, to Asa Whitney, born Gorham, 17 December, 1754, 
died Gorham, 17 December, 1806. 

Samuel Whitney, born Gorham, Maine, 28 August, 1777, died 
Jackson, Maine, 18 October, 1859; married Brooks, Maine, to 
Mary Rich, born Gorham, 15 February, 1778. 

Mary Whitney, born 1811, died Newport, Maine, 6 May, 1847; 
married to Henry Merrill, born Unity, Maine, 8 May, 1804, 
died Chelsea, Mass., December, 1845. 

Henry Franklin Merrill, born Brooks, Maine, 3 December, 
1833, died Redwood City, California, 10 February, 1907; mar- 
ried Blue Hill, Maine, 13 December, 1855, to Aurelia Maria 
Grant, born Sedgwick, Maine, 8 December, 1837, removed to 
California by rail in October, 1873, died San Francisco, 26 
November, 1899. 

George Arthur Merrill, born Cape Elizabeth, Maine, removed 
to California by rail in 1873; married San Diego, California, 
11 June, 1895, to Sarah Elizabeth McKie, born Hecker, 111. 



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California No. 19 Massachusetts No. 878 General No. 2406 

GEORGE ARTHUR MERRILL 
Redwood City, California 

William Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, 1566-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, Mass., 17 April, 1627. 

Patience Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, died Ply- 
mouth, Mass., 1634; married Plymouth, 5 August, 1624, to 
Thomas Prence, born about 1601, died Plymouth, 29 March, 
1673. 

Mercy Prence, born Plymouth, Mass., about 1631, died Eastham, 
Mass., 28 September, 1711; married Sandwich, Mass., 13 or 14 
February, 1649-50, to John Freeman, born about 1621, died 
Eastham, 28 October, 1719- 

Thomas Freeman, born Eastham, Mass., September, 1653, died 
Harwich, Mass., 9 February, 1715-6; married Eastham, Mass., 
31 December, l673, to Rebecca Sparrow, born Eastham, 30 
October, 1655, died February, 1740. 

Edmund Freeman, born Eastham, Mass., 11 October, 1680, died 
10 March, 1745-6; married, about 1703, to Phebe Watson, born 
Plymouth, Mass., June, 1681, died about 1747. 

Joshua Freeman, born Harwich, Mass., May, 1706, buried Port- 
land, Maine, 24 September, 1770; married 17 September, 1728, 
to Patience Rogers, born Ipswich, Mass., 4 September, 1710, 
died Portland, Maine, 31 December, 1769- 

Reuben Freeman, baptized Harwich, Mass., 12 July, 1741, died 

after 1789; married 26 September, 1764, to Catherine , 

born 28 June, 1742. 

Martha Freeman, born 30 January, 1781; married (intentions) 
Sedgwick, Maine, 5 November, 1800, to Samuel Ober, born 
Sedgwick, Maine, 26 May, 1778. 

Pauline Tolpy Ober, born Sedgwick, Maine, 14 March, 1818, 
died Alameda, California, 5 January, 1900; married Sedgwick, 
Maine, 2 August, 1836, to Thomas Baldwin Grant, born Blue 
Hill, Maine, 27 October, 1813, died San Francisco, California, 
26 May, 1891. 

AuRELiA Maria Grant, born Sedgwick, Maine, 8 December, 1837, 
died San Francisco, California, 26 November, 1899; married 
Blue Hill, Maine, 13 December, 1855, to Henry Franklin 
Merrill, born Brooks, Maine, 3 December, 1833, died Redwood 
City, California, 10 February, 1907. 

Georgp Arthur Merrill, born Cape Elizabeth, Maine; married 
San Diego, California, 11 June, 1895, to Sarah Elizabeth 
McKiE, born Hecker, Illinois. 

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California No. 20 New York No. 76 General No. 76 

*BRIG.-GEN. CHARLES HEDGES McKINSTRY, U. S. A. 

New York City 

William Bradford, baptized Austerfield, England, 19 March, 1589, 
died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 14 Aug- 
ust, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born about 1590, 
died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, died 
Plymouth, 20 Feb., 1703-4; married about 1650, to Alice Richards, 
born about 1627, died Plymouth, 12 Dec, 1671. 

Samuel Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1667, died Duxbury, 11 
April, 1714; married Plymouth, 31 July, 1689, to Hannah 
Rogers, born Duxbury, 16 November, 1668, died after l6 July, 
1733. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 15 December, 1696, 
died 10 May, 1777; married Hartford, Conn., 10 or 20 January, 
1716-7, to Charles Whiting, born Hartford, Conn., 5 July, 
1692, died New London, Conn., 7 March, 1738. 

Gamaliel Whiting, born 17 September, 1727, died (probably) 
Great Barrington, Mass., 27 November, 1790; married 18 June, 
1752, to Anna Gillett, born 18 February, 1738, died Great 
Barrington, 27 February, 1808. 

Sarah Whiting, born 26 April, 1762, died 1838; married 1779, 
to John Backus. 

Nancy Whiting Backus, born Great Barrington, Mass., 12 Sep- 
tember, 1780, died Ypsilanti, Mich., 30 August, 1866; married 
Ypsilanti, 16 January, 1805, to David Charles McKinstry, 
born Hillsdale, N. Y., 12 August, 1778, died Ypsilanti, Mich., 
9 September, 1856. 

The Hon. Elisha Williams McKinstry, Justice of the Supreme 
Court of California, born Detroit, Mich., 15 April, 1824, died 
1 November, 1901; married 27 July, 1863, to Annie Livingston 
Hedges, born Lansingberg, New York, 7 February, 1845, died 
San Francisco, California, 2 August, 1917. 

Charles Hedges McKinstry, born San Francisco, California. 

* Resigned. 



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California No. 20 New York No. 76 General No. 76 

COL. CHARLES HEDGES McKINSTRY, U. S. A. 
New York City 

Thomas Rogers, died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 81 
March, 1621; married . 

John Rogers, died Duxbury, Mass., before 20 September, 1692; 
married 16 April, 1639, to Ann Churchman. 

John Rogers, born 3 April, 1642, died about 1732; married 16 
Nov., 1666, to Elizabeth Pabodie, born 24 Apl., 1647. 

Hannah Rogers, born 16 Nov., 1668; married to Samuel Brad- 
ford, born Kingston, Mass., about 1668, died 11 Apl., 1714. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 15 Dec, 1696, died 
10 May, 1777; married 10 Jan., 1716-7, to Charles Whiting, 
born Hartford, Conn., 5 July, 1692, died 7 March, 1738. 

Gamaliel Whiting, born 17 September, 1727, died (probably) 
Great Barrington, Mass., 27 November, 1790; married 18 June, 
1752, to Anna Gillett, born 18 February, 1738, died Great 
Barrington, 27 February, 1808. 

Sarah Whiting, born 26 April, 1762, died 1838; married 1779, 
to John Backus. 

Nancy Whiting Backus, born Great Barrington, Mass., 12 Sep- 
tember, 1780, died Ypsilanti, Mich., 30 August, 1866; married 
Ypsilanti, l6 January, 1805, to David Charles McKinstry, 
born Hillsdale, N. Y., 12 August, 1778, died Ypsilanti, Mich., 
9 September, 1856. 

The Hon. Elisha Williams McKinstry, Justice of the Supreme 
Court of California, born Detroit, Mich., 15 April, 1824, died 
1 November, 1901 ; married 27 July, 1863, to Annie Livingston 
Hedges, born Lansingberg, New York, 7 February, 1845, died 
San Francisco, California, 2 August, 1917. 

Charles Hedges McKinstry, born San Francisco, California. 



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California No. 20 New York No. 76 General No. 76 

COL. CHARLES HEDGES McKINSTRY, U. S. A. 
New York City 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624, to Priscilla 
MuLLiNs (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers 
on the Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 31 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 13 December, 1707. 

Elizabeth Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 24 April, 1647; mar- 
ried Duxbury, Mass., November, 1666, to John Rogers, born 
about 1640, died Barrington, R. I., 28 June, 1732. 

Hannah Rogers, born Duxbury, Mass., 16 November, 1668, died 
after l6 July, 1733; married Plymouth, Mass., 31 July, 1689, to 
Samuel Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1667, died 11 April, 
1714. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 December, 1696, 
died 10 May, 1777; married Hartford, Conn., 10 or 20 January, 
1716-17, to Lieut. Charles Whiting, born Hartford, Conn., 
5 July, 1692, died New London, Conn., 7 March, 1738, 

Gamaliel Whiting, born Great Barrington, Mass., 17 September, 
1727, died Great Barrington, 27 November, 1790; married 18 
June, 1752, to Anna Gillett, born 18 February, 1738, died 
27 February, 1808. 

Sarah Whiting, born 26 April, 1762, died 1838; married 1779, 
to John Backus. 

Nancy Whiting Backus, born Great Barrington, Mass., 12 Sep- 
tember, 1780, died Ypsilanti, Mich., 30 August, 1866; married 
Ypsilanti, 16 January, 1805, to David Charles McKinstry, 
born Hillsdale, N. Y., 12 August, 1778, died Ypsilanti, Mich., 
9 September, 1856. 

The Hon. Elisha Williams McKinstry, Justice of the Supreme 
Court of California, born Detroit, Mich., 15 April, 1824, died 
1 November, 1901 ; married 27 July, 1863, to Annie Livingston 
Hedges, born 7 February, 1845. 

Charles Hedges McKinstry, born San Francisco, California. 



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California No. 21 Massachusetts No. 898 General No. 2485 

VIRGINIA (WHITING) NEWHALL 

MRS. EDWIN WHITE NEWHALL 

San Francisco, California 

William Bradford, baptized Austerfield, England, 19 March, 
1589, died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 
14 August, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born 
about 1590, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, died 
Plymouth, 20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650, to Alice 
Richards, born about 1627, died Plymouth, 12 December, 1671. 

Samuel Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1667, died Duxbury, 11 
April, 1714; married Plymouth, 31 July, 1689, to Hannah 
Rogers, born Duxbury, 16 November, 1668, died after 16 July, 
1733. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 15 December, 1696, 
died 10 May, 1777; married Hartford, Conn., 10 or 20 January, 
1716-7, to Charles Whiting, born Hartford, Conn., 5 July, 
1692, died New London, Conn., 7 March, 1738. 

William Bradford Whiting, born 15 April, 1731, died Canaan, 
N. Y., 13 October, 1796; married 24 July, 1757, to Amy 
Lathrop, born Norwich, Conn., 8 September, 1735, died 20 
January, 1815. 

Daniel Whiting, born Canaan, N. Y., 23 May, 1768, died Phila- 
delphia, Penn., 12 June, 1855; married 19 January, 1804, to 
Elizabeth Gilbert Powers, born Middletown, Conn., 27 March, 
1782, died West Tisbury, Mass., 21 January, 1859- 

Henry Laurens Whiting, born Albany, N. Y., 5 February, 
1821, died West Tisbury, Mass., 4 February, 1887; married 
West Tisbury, 3 November, 1851, to Anna Frances Johnson, 
born Naushon Island, Mass., 15 February, 1830, died West 
Tisbury, Mass., 1 February, 1912. 

Virginia Whiting, born Philadelphia, Penn.; married West Tis- 
bury, Mass., 20 July, 1882, to Edwin White Newhall, born 
San Francisco, California, 7 May, 1856, died 28 October, 1915. 



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California No. 21 Massachusetts No. 898 General No. 2485 

VIRGINIA (WHITING) NEWHALL 

MRS. EDWIN WHITE NEWHALL 

San Francisco, California 

Thomas Rogers^ died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 81 
March, 1621; married . 

John Rogers, died Duxbury, Mass., before 20 September, 1692; 
married 16 April, 1639, to Ann Churchman. 

John Rogers, born 3 April, 1642, died about 1732; married 16 
Nov., 1666, to Elizabeth Pabodie, born 24 Apl., 1647. 

Hannah Rogers, born l6 Nov., 1668; married to Samuel Brad- 
ford, born Kingston, Mass., about 1668, died 11 Apl., 1714. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 December, 1696, 
died 10 May, 1777; married Hartford, Conn., 10 or 20 Jan- 
uary, 1716-17, to Lieut. Charles Whiting, born Hartford, 
Conn., 5 July, 1692, died New London, Conn., 7 March, 1738. 

William Bradford Whiting, born 15 April, 1731, died Canaan, 
N. Y., 13 October, 1796; married 24 July, 1757, to Amy 
Lathrop, born Norwich, Conn., 8 September, 1735, died 20 
January, 1815. 

Daniel Whiting, born Canaan, N. Y., 23 May, 1768, died Phila- 
delphia, Penn., 12 July, 1855; married 19 January, 1804, to 
Elizabeth Gilbert Powers, born Middletown, Conn., 27 March, 
1782, died West Tisbury, Mass., 21 January, 1859. 

Henry Laurens Whiting, born Albany, N. Y., 5 February, 1821, 
died West Tisbury, Mass., 4 February, 1887; married West 
Tisbury, 3 November, 1851, to Anna Frances Johnson, born 
Naushon Island, Mass., 15 February, 1830, died West Tisbury, 
Mass., 1 February, 1912. 

Virginia Whiting, born Philadelphia, Penn.; married West Tis- 
bury, Mass., 20 July, 1882, to Edwin White Newhall, born 
San Francisco, California, 7 May, 1856, died San Francisco, 
28 October, 1915. 



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California No. 21 Massachusetts No. 898 General No. 2485 

VIRGINIA (WHITING) NEWHALL 

MRS. EDWIN WHITE NEWHALL 

San Francisco, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass.^ 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mullins 
(daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the 
Mayflower) , died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 31 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 13 December, 1707. 

Elizabeth Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 24 April, 1647; mar- 
ried Duxbury, Mass., November, 1666, to John Rogers, born 
about 1640, died Harrington, R. I., 28 June, 1732. 

Hannah Rogers, born Duxbury, Mass., 16 November, 1668, died 
after 16 July, 1733; married Plymouth, Mass., 31 July, 1689, to 
Samuel Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1667, died 11 April, 
1714. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 December, 1696, 
died 10 May, 1777; married Hartford, Conn., 10 or 20 January, 
1716-17, to Lieut. Charles Whiting, born Hartford, Conn., 
5 July, 1692, died New London, Conn., 7 March, 1738. 

William Bradford Whiting, born 15 April, 1731, died Canaan, 
N. Y., 13 October, 1796; married 24 July, 1757, to Amy 
Lathrop, born Norwich, Conn., 8 September, 1735, died 20 
January, 1815. 

Daniel Whiting, born Canaan, N. Y., 23 May, 1768, died Phila- 
delphia, Penn., 12 June, 1855; married 19 January, 1804, to 
Elizabeth Gilbert Powers, born Middletown, Conn., 27 March, 
1782, died West Tisbury, Mass., 21 January, 1859. 

Henry Laurens Whiting, born Albany, N. Y., 5 February, 
1821, died West Tisbury, Mass., 4 February, 1887; married 
West Tisbury, 3 November, 1851, to Anna Frances Johnson, 
born Naushon Island, Mass., 15 February, 1830, died West 
Tisbury, Mass., 1 February, 1912. 

Virginia Whiting, born Philadelphia, Penn.; married West Tis- 
bury, Mass., 20 July, 1882, to Edwin White Newhall, born 
San Francisco, California, 7 May, 1856, died 28 October, 1915. 



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California No. 22 New York No. 876 General No. 2778 

HAROLD EDWARD SMITH 
San Francisco, California 

William Bradford, born Austerfield, England, 19 March, 1589, 
died Plymouth, 9 May, l657; married Plymouth, 14 August, 
1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born about 1590, 
died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, 17 June, 1624, died Plymouth, 
20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650 to Alice Richards, 
born about 1627, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

Hannah Bradford, born Plymouth, 9 May, 1662, died Windham, 
Conn., 28 May, 1738; married Plymouth, 28 November, 1682, to 
Joshua Ripley, born Hingham, Mass., 9 November, 1658, died 
Windham, Conn., 8 May, 1739- 

Irene Ripley, born Windham, Conn., 24-28 August, 1700, died 
Windham, 20 January, 1726-7; married Windham, 20-27 April, 
1719, to Samuel Manning, born Billerica, Mass., 14 January, 
1690, died Windham, Conn., 3 June, 1727. 

Hezekiah Manning, born Windham, Conn., 8 August, 1721, died 
Windham, 20 April, 1802; married 22 September, 1745, to Mary 
Webb, born Windham, 23 December, 1725, died Windham, 20 
December, 1785. 

Nathaniel Manning, born Windham, Conn., baptized I6 March, 
1760, died Windham, 9 March, 1814; married 4 September, 178S, 
to Matilda Morgan, born Windham, 6 October, 1764, died 
Schoharie, N. Y., 29 January, 1846. 

Nancy Manning, born Windham, Conn., 23 April, 1786, died 
Schoharie, N. Y., 13 December, 1872; married Windham, 15 
February, I8O6, to Chester Lasell, born Windham, 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1784, died Schoharie, N. Y., SO October, 1864. 

Matilda Lasell, born Schoharie, N. Y., 23 September, 1810, died 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 24 August, 1863; married Schoharie, 
N. Y., 23 September, 1830, to Charles Adam Smith, D.D., born 
New York City, 25 June, 1809, died Philadelphia, Penn., 15 
February, 1879- 

Edward Clarence Smith, born Palatine, N. Y., 13 May, 1835, 
died Wallingford, Penn., 30 November, 1889; married Salisbury, 
Md., 15 June, 1865, to Virginia Allison Toadvin, born Salis- 
bury, Md., 16 September, 1845. 

Harold Edward Smith, born Philadelphia, Penn., removed to San 
Francisco, California, in 1893; married San Francisco, 26 March, 
1912, to Etta Eldora Corner, born Josefthal, Bohemia, 
Austria. 

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California No. 22 New York No. 876 General No. 2778 

HAROLD EDWARD SMITH 
San Francisco, California 

William Brewster, born (probably) at Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1568-69, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Love Brewster, died Duxbury, Mass., before 31 January, 1650-1; 
married Plymouth, 15 May, 1634, to Sarah Collier, born about 
1616, died Plymouth, 26 April, 1691. 

Wrestling Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., died Duxbury, 1 

January, 1696-7; married to Mary , died Kingston, 

Mass., 12 November, 1742. 

Jonathan Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., died Windham, Conn., 
24 November, 1753; married Duxbury, Mass., 6 March, 1709-10, 
to Mary Partridge, born Duxbury, 2 May, 1693, died before 
1748. 

Mary (Brewster) Lillie, born about 1712, died Scotland, Conn., 
9 August, 1768, married 25 September, 1740, to Jeremiah Bing- 
ham, born Windham, Conn., 27 January, 1715-16, died Scotland, 
Conn., 4 September, 1784. 

Lydia Bingham, born Windham, Conn., 10 December, 1745, died 
Windham, 27 October, 1841; married Scotland, Conn., 29 Sep- 
tember, 1768, to JosiAH Lasell, born Scotland, Conn., 5 May, 
1741, died Windham, 8 April, 1809. 

Chester Lasell, born Windham, 23 February, 1784, died Scho- 
harie, N. Y., 30 October, 1864; married Windham, Conn., 15 
February, 1806, to Nancy Manning, born Windham, Conn., 23 
April, 1786, died Schoharie, N. Y., 13 December, 1872. 

Matilda Lasell, born Schoharie, N. Y., 23 September, 1810, died 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 24 August, 1863; married Schoharie, 
N. Y., 23 September, 1830, to Charles Adam Smith, D.D., born 
New York City, 25 June, 1809, died Philadelphia, Penn., 15 
February, 1879- 

Edward Clarence Smith, born Palatine, N. Y., 13 May, 1835, 
died Wallingford, Penn., 30 November, 1889; married Salisbury, 
Md., 15 June, 1865, to Virginia Allison Toadvin, born Salis- 
bury, Md., l6 September, 1845. 

Harold Edward Smith, born Philadelphia, Penn., removed to San 
Francisco, California, in 1893; married San Francisco, 26 March, 
1912, to Etta Eldora Gorner, born Josefthal, Bohemia, 
Austria. 

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California No. 23 Massachusetts No. 1005 General No. 2790 

MINERVA MOORE (HATHAWAY) LOVELL 

MRS. MANSFIELD LOVELL 

Berkeley, California 

Thomas Rogers, died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 
31 March, 1621; married . 

John Rogers, died Duxbury, Mass., before 20 September, 1692; 
married 16 April, 1639, to Ann Churchman. 

Elizabeth Rogers, born Duxbury, Mass., died Taunton, Mass.; 
^ married Duxbury, 17 November, 1668, to Nathaniel Williams, 

born Gloucester, baptized 7 February, 1641, died Taunton, 

Mass., 16 August, 1692. 

Elizabeth Williams, born Taunton, 18 April, 1686, died Taunton, 
2 May, 1732; married Taunton, 1708, to John Macomber, born 
Taunton, 18 March, 1681, died 14 December, 1747. 

Elizabeth (Macomber) Rounseville, born Taunton, 1720, died 
after December, 1783; married at Taunton, to William Ashley, 
born Rochester, Mass., died before November, 1783. 

Abiah Ashley, born Rochester, Mass., 15 July, 1751, died in the 
West, September, 1843; married Freetown, Mass., 18 December, 
1777, to Philip Hathaway, born East Taunton, 23 February, 
1756, died Freetown, Mass., 14 June, 1839. 

Betsy Hathaway, born Assonet, Mass., 12 October, 1780, died 
Assonet, 11 October, 1873; married Assonet, 17 May, 1799, to 
Edmund Hathaway, born Freetown, Mass., 29 September, 1771, 
died 5 October, 1832. 

Charles Wesley Hathaway, born Assonet, Mass., 7 April, 1821, 
passenger by brig Dr. Hitchcock, sailed from New York, l6 
March, 1849, to Chagres, crossed the Isthmus, sailed from Pan- 
ama by Soledad, arrived San Francisco, 3 August, 1849, active 
member Vigilante Committee of San Francisco, 1852 and 1856, 
died San Lorenzo, California, 25 May, 1899; married San Fran- 
cisco, 14 July, 1862, to Laurilla Moore, born Putney, Vermont, 
1 November, 1836, sailed from New York by steamer Northern 
Light, 10 May, 1859, via Panama, thence by steamer Orizaba, 
arrived San Francisco, 4 June, 1859. died San Lorenzo, Cali- 
fornia, 15 November, 1911. 

Minerva Moore Hathaway, born San Francisco, California; mar- 
ried San Francisco, 8 May, 1894, to Mansfield Lovell (son of 
the late Major-General Mansfield Lovell, C. S. A.), born Gover- 
nor's Island, New York. 

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California No. 24 District of Columbia No. 131 General No. 19S7 

CHARLES HARRIS HOPKINSt 

Santa Barbara, California 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 
July, 1644. 

Gyles Hopkins, died Eastham, Mass., before l6 April, I69O; 
married 9 October, 1639, to Catherine Wheldon, died after 5 
March, 1 688-9. 

Stephen Hopkins, born Eastham, Mass., September, 1642, died 
Harwich, Mass., 10 October, 1718-9; married Eastham, 23 May, 
1667, to Mary Merrick, born Eastham, 6 November, 1650. 

Joseph Hopkins, born Harwich, Mass., I688, died Harwich, 24 
April, 1771 ; married Harwich or Eastham, 17 April, 1712, to 
Mary Mayo, born 26 August, 1694, died Harwich, 15 January. 
1771. 

Prince Hopkins, born Harwich, Mass., 7 July, 1731, died Har- 
wich; married Harwich, 15 February, 1753, to Patience Snow. 

Prince Hopkins, born Harwich, 23 September, 1769^ died New 

Sharon, Maine, 4 July, 1854; married Phebe , born 

10 September, 1777, died New Sharon, Maine, 2 May, 1856. 

Prince Hopkins, born New Sharon, Maine, 2 September, 1810, 
died North Vassalboro, Maine, 25 April, 1882; married North 
Vassalboro, Maine, 13 February, 1834, to Olive Hawes, born 
Vassalboro, 22 November, 1808, died North Vassalboro, 17 
October, 1896. 

Charles Harris Hopkins, born North Vassalboro, 14 April, 18S7, 
removed to California, by sea, in I86I, died San Francisco, 
California, 11 November, 1913; married San Francisco, Cali- 
fornia, 7 August, 1883 to Mary Isabel Booth, born Maynard, 
Mass. 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 25 Massachusetts No. 959 General No. 2658 

MISS ELIZABETH LOENZA KNIGHT 
Santa Barbara, California 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 

l6ll, to Elizabeth , born about 1583, died Plymouth, 

2 October, 1673. 

Abigail Warren, died after 3 January, 1692-3; married Ply- 
mouth, 8 November, 1639^ to Anthony Snow, died Marshfield, 
Mass., August, 1692. 

Jobiah Snow, married to Rebecca Barker. 

Lydia Snow, born Marshfield, Mass., 1672, died Marshfield, 8 
April, 1716; married Marshfield, 1692, to Nathaniel Winslow, 
born Marshfield, 29 July, 1667, died Marshfield, 13 March, 1736. 

Oliver Winslow, born Marshfield, 24 November, 1702, died Scitu- 
ate, Mass., 4 February, 1759; married Scituate, 10 December, 
1733, to Agatha Bryant, born Scituate, 6 July, 1712, died 
Scituate, 23 February, 1745. 

Nathaniel Winslow, born South Scituate, Mass., 6 October, 1741, 
died South Scituate, 27 August, 1808; married Pembroke, Mass., 

21 November, 1765, to Sarah Hatch, born Pembroke, 9 June, 
1747, died South Scituate, 12 April, 1826. 

Lydia Winslow, born South Scituate, 15 October, 1785, died Pem- 
broke, 1 August, 1828; married South Scituate, 4 September, 
1809, to Dr. Anthony Collamore, born West Scituate, 15 
January, 1787, died Pembroke, 21 September, 1847- 

Horace Collamore, born Pembroke, 15 January, 1812, died Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 15 December, 1885; married Fall River, Mass., 

22 May, 1836, to Mary Elizabeth Chase, born Jamaica, Vt., 
16 January, 1812, removed to California in 1877 by rail to Los 
Angeles, and thence by steamer Senator (from Santa Monica) 
to Santa Barbara, died Santa Barbara, 30 June, 1883. 

Elizabeth Holmes Collamore, born Fall River, Mass., 7 April, 
1837, removed to California in 1877, died Santa Barbara, Cali- 
fornia, 6 April, 1898; married Woburn, Mass., 15 November, 
I860, to Francis H.* Knight, born Lexington, Mass., 11 May, 
1831, removed from Lexington to Reading, Mass., in July, 1862, 
and in November, 1877, to Santa Barbara, California, died Santa 
Barbara, 23 March, 1901. 

Elizabeth Loenza Knight, born Lexington, Mass. 



H. is only an added initial. 

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California No. 25 Massachusetts No. 959 General No. 2658 

MISS ELIZABETH LOENZA KNIGHT 
Santa Barbara, California 

Edward Doxy, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 August, 1655; married 
Plymouth, 6 January, 1634, to Faith Clarke, buried Marshfield, 
Mass., 21 December, 1675. 

Marv Doty married Samuel Hatch, born Scituate, Mass., 22 
December, 1653, died July, 1735. 

Isaac Hatch, born Scituate, Mass., 20 December, 1687, died Pem- 
broke, Mass., November, 1759; married Marshfield, 9 August, 
1716, to Lydia Clift, died before 7 January, 1724-5. 

Isaac Hatch, born Pembroke, 28 February, 1716-7, died Pem- 
broke, 9 December, 1799; married to Sarah Little, born about 
1722. 

Sarah Hatch, born Pembroke, Mass., 9 June, 1747, died South 
Scituate, 12 April, 1826; married Pembroke, 21 November, 1765, 
to Nathaniel Winslow, born South Scituate, 6 October, 1741, 
died South Scituate, 27 October, 1808. 

Lydia Winslow, born South Scituate, 15 October, 1785, died Pem- 
broke, 1 August, 1828; married South Scituate, 4 September, 
1809, to Dr. Anthony Collamore, born West Scituate, 15 
January, 1787, died Pembroke, 21 September, 1847. 

Horace Collamore, born Pembroke, 15 January, 1812, died Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 15 December, 1885; married Fall River, Mass., 
22 May, 1836, to Mary Elizabeth Chase, born Jamaica, Vt., 
16 January, 1812, removed to California in 1877 by rail to Los 
Angeles, and thence by steamer Senator (from Santa Monica) 
to Santa Barbara, died Santa Barbara, 30 June, 1883. 

Elizabeth Holmes Collamore, born Fall River, Mass., 7 April, 
1837, removed to California in 1877, died Santa Barbara, Cali- 
fornia, 6 April, 1898; married Woburn, Mass., 15 November, 
I860, to Francis H.* Knight, born Lexington, Mass., 11 INfay, 
1831, removed from Lexington to Reading, Mass., in July, 1862, 
and in November, 1877, to Santa Barbara, California, died Santa 
Barbara, 23 March, 1901. 

Elizabeth Loenza Knight, born Lexington, Mass. 



* H. is only an added initial. 



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California No. 26 New York No. 831 General No. 2662 

JUBAL WESTONt 
St. John, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624, to Priscilla 
MuLLiNs (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers 
on the Mayflower) , died after 1650. 

John Alden, born about 1625-6, died Boston, Mass., 14 March, 
1701-2; married 1 April, 1660 to (2) Elizabeth (Phillips) 

EVERILL. 

John Alden, born Boston, Mass., 12 March, 1662-3, died Boston, 
1 February, 1729-30; married about 1684 to (1) Elizabeth 
Phelps, born about 1668-9, died Boston, 26 November, 1719- 

Nathaniel Alden, born Boston, 6 July, 1700, died Boston, about 
1740; married to Mary Smith. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Boston, 3 August, 1730, died Hopkinton, 
Mass., 1788; married 9 February, 1747, to Anthony Jones, 
born Hopkinton, 8 June, 1723, died Hopkinton, 8 April, 1782. 

Elizabeth Jones, baptized Hopkinton, 27 December, 1750 (or 
born 26 January, 1751), died Hopkinton, 26 April, 1825; mar- 
ried Hopkinton, about 1770, to William Valentine, born 
Hopkinton, 6 November, 1750, died Hopkinton, 6 May, 1825. 

Elizabeth Valentine, born Hopkinton, 30 November, 1771, died 
Westboro, Mass., 10 January, 1795; married Westboro, 15 No- 
vember, 1789, to Joshua Mellen, born Framingham, Mass., 14 
September, 1765, died Westboro, 22 February, 1856. 

Clarissa Mellen, born Westboro, Mass., 3 January, 1794, died 
Chicago, 111., 20 March, 1880; married Westboro, 22 May, 1814, 
to Jubal Weston, born Grafton, Mass., 19 February, 1786, died 
Hopkinton, Mass., 27 May, 1868. 

Jubal Weston, born East Haddam, Conn., 13 November, 1824, 
sailed from Boston to New Orleans, thence l6 January, 1849, 
by the bark Florida to Chagres River, thence from Panama by 
ship Philadelphia, arriving San Francisco 30 April, 1849, died 
St. John, California, 9 April, 1910; married San Francisco, 
California, 5 February, 1854, to Sarah Frances Richardson, 
born Bangor, Maine, 22 June, 1833, removed to California by 
steamer via Panama, arriving San Francisco about January, 
1854, died St. John, California, 20 April, 1876. 

t Deceased. 

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California No. 27 New York No. 832 General No. 2663 

JOSHUA FRANCIS WESTON 
St. John, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624', to Priscilla 
MuLLiNs (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers 
on the Mayflower), died after 1650. 

John Alden, born about 1625-6, died Boston, Mass., 14 March, 
1701-2; married 1 April, 1660 to (2) Elizabeth (Phillips) 

EVERILL. 

John Alden, born Boston, Mass., 12 March, 1662-3, died Boston, 
1 February, 1729-30; married about 1684 to (1) Elizabeth 
Phelps, born about 1668-9, died Boston, 26 November, 1719. 

Nathaniel Alden, born Boston, 6 July, 1700, died Boston, about 
1740; married to Mary Smith. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Boston, 3 August, 1730, died Hopkinton, 
Mass., 1788; married 9 February, 1747, to Anthony Jones, 
born Hopkinton, 8 June, 1723, died Hopkinton, 8 April, 1782. 

Elizabeth Jones, baptized Hopkinton, 27 December, 1750 (or 
born 26 January, 1751), died Hopkinton, 26 April, 1825; mar- 
ried Hopkinton, about 1770, to William Valentine, born 
Hopkinton, 6 November, 1750, died Hopkinton, 6 May, 1825. 

Elizabeth Valentine, born Hopkinton, 30 November, 1771, died 
Westboro, Mass., 10 January, 1795; married Westboro, 15 No- 
vember, 1789, to Joshua Mellen, born Framingham, Mass., 14 
September, 1765, died Westboro, 22 February, 1856. 

Clarissa Mellen, born Westboro, Mass., 3 January, 1794, died 
Chicago, 111., 20 March, 1880; married Westboro, 22 May, 1814, 
to Jural Weston, born Grafton, Mass., 19 February, 1786, died 
Hopkinton, Mass., 27 May, 1868. 

JuBAL Weston, born East Haddam, Conn., 13 November, 1824, 
sailed from Boston to New Orleans, thence l6 January, 1849, 
by the bark Florida to Chagres River, thence from Panama by 
ship Philadelphia, arriving San Francisco 30 April, 1849, died 
St. John, California, 9 April, 1910; married San Francisco, 
California, 5 February, 1854, to Sarah Frances Richardson, 
born Bangor, Maine, 22 June, 1833, removed to California by 
steamer via Panama, arriving San Francisco about January, 
1854, died St. John, California, 20 April, 1876. 

Joshua Francis Weston, born St. John, California; married Susan- 
ville, California, 20 August, 1908, to Nellie Christian. 

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California No. 28 Massachusetts No. 946 General No. 2624 

CLARA ELIZABETH (McGILVERY) GRIFFIN 

MRS. WILLARD MUDGETT GRIFFIN 

Los Altos, California 

William Bradford, born Austerfield, England, 19 March, 1589, 
died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, Mass., 
14 August, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born 
about 1590, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

Major William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, 
died Plymouth, 20 February, 1703-4; married (3) to Mary 
(Wood) Holmes. 

Israel Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1677, died Kingston, 
Mass., 26 March, 1760; married to Sarah Bartlett, born about 
1681; died Kingston, 3 April, 1761. 

IcHABOD Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 22 September, 1713; 
married Kingston, 25 November, 1743, to Mary Johnson, died 
Kingston, 13 July, 1761. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 10 July, 1747; mar- 
ried Kingston, 23 December, 1765, to Micajah Drinkwater, 
born North Yarmouth, Maine, 25 January, 1739, died North- 
port, Maine, July, 1825. 

Mary Drinkwater, born 13 May, 1766; married to John Chase. 

Elizabeth Chase, born Sedgwick, Maine, 22 November, 1792, 
died Prospect, Maine, 30 June, 1853; married 21 October, 1813, 
to Robert McGilvery, born Merrimac, N. H., 15 September, 
1776, died Prospect, Maine, 6 May, 1855. 

John Willard McGilvery, born Prospect, Maine, 18 October, 
1829, died Searsport, Maine, 29 July, 1904; married Belfast, 
Maine, 13 November, 1855, to Ann Leach Carver, born Pros- 
pect, Maine, 26 September, 1831, died Los Altos, California, 
14 September, 1911. 

Clara Elizabeth McGilvery, born Portland, Maine; married (1) 
in Searsport, Maine, 1 December, 1881, to John Leeds Craw- 
ford, born in Thomaston, Maine, 9 May, 1847, lost at sea off 
Puget Sound, Washington, 15 December, 1886; married (2) 
Searsport, Maine, 26 October, 1892, to Willard Mudgett 
Griffin, born Prospect, Maine, 18 April, 1841, died San Fran- 
cisco, 9 June, 1913. 



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California No. 28 Massachusetts No. 9^6 General No. 2624 

CLARA ELIZABETH (McGILVERY) GRIFFIN 

MRS. WILLARD MUDGETT GRIFFIN 

Los Altos, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624, to Priscilla 
MuLLiNs (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers 
on the Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 81 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 13 December, 1707. 

Ruth Pabodie, born 27 June, 1658; married December, 1676 or 
1678, to Benjamin Bartlett. 

Sarah Bartlett, married 27 November, 1701, to Israel Brad- 
ford. 

IcHABOD Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 22 September, 1713; 
married Kingston, 25 November, 1743, to Mary Johnson, died 
Kingston, 13 July, 1761. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 10 July, 1747; mar- 
ried Kingston, 23 December, 1765, to Micajah Drinkwater, 
born North Yarmouth, Maine, 25 January, 1739, died North- 
port, Maine, July, 1825. 

Mary Drinkvpater, born 13 May, 1766; married to John Chase. 

Elizabeth Chase, born Sedgwick, Maine, 22 November, 1792, 
died Prospect, Maine, 30 June, 1853; married 21 October, 1813, 
to Robert McGilvery, born Merrimac, N. H., 15 September, 
1776, died Prospect, Maine, 6 May, 1855. 

John Willard McGilvery, born Prospect, Maine, 18 October, 
1829, died Searsport, Maine, 29 July, 1904; married Belfast, 
Maine, 13 November, 1855, to Ann Leach Carver, born Pros- 
pect, Maine, 26 September, 1831, died Los Altos, California, 
14 September, 1911. 

Clara Elizabeth McGilvery, born Portland, Maine; married (1) 
in Searsport, Maine, 1 December, 1881, to John Leeds Craw- 
ford, born in Thomaston, Maine, 9 May, 1847, lost at sea off 
Puget Sound, Washington, 15 December, 1886; married (2) 
Searsport, Maine, 26 October, 1892, to Willard Mudgett 
Griffin, born Prospect, Maine, 18 April, 1841, died San Fran- 
cisco, 9 June, 1913. 



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California No. 28 Massachusetts No. 946 General No. 2624 

CLARA ELIZABETH (McGILVERY) GRIFFIN 

MRS. WILLARD MUDGETT GRIFFIN 

Los Altos, California 

William Brewster, born Scrooby, England (probably), 1656-7, 
died Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to 
Mary , born 1568-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Love Brewster, passenger on the Mayflower, died Duxbury, Mass., 
before 31 January, 1650-1; married Plymouth, 15 May, 1634, 
to Sarah Collier, born about I6l6, died Plymouth, 26 April, 
1691. 

Sarah Brewster, married about 1656 to Benjamin Bartlett, died 
Duxbury, Mass., between 21 and 28 August, 1691- 

Benjamin Bartlett, married December, 1676 or 1678, to Ruth 
Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 27 June, 1658. 

Sarah Bartlett, married 27 November, 1701, to Israel Brad- 
ford. 

Ichabod Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 22 September, 1713; 
married Kingston, 25 November, 1743, to Mary Johnson, died 
Kingston, 13 July, 1761. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 10 July, 1747; mar- 
ried Kingston, 23 December, 1765, to Micajah Drinkwater, 
born North Yarmouth, Maine, 25 January, 1739, died North- 
port, Maine, July, 1825. 

Mary Drinkwater, born 13 May, 1766; married to John Chase. 

Elizabeth Chase, born Sedgwick, Maine, 22 November, 1792, 
died Prospect, Maine, 30 June, 1853; married 21 October, 1813, 
to Robert McGilvery, born Merrimac, N. H., 15 September, 
1776, died Prospect, Maine, 6 May, 1855. 

John Willard McGilvery, born Prospect, Maine, 18 October, 
1829, died Searsport, Maine, 29 July, 1904; married Belfast, 
Maine, 13 November, 1855, to Ann Leach Carver, born Pros- 
pect, Maine, 26 September, 1831, died Los Altos, California, 
14 September, 191I. 

Clara Elizabeth McGilvery, born Portland, Maine; married (1) 
in Searsport, Maine, 1 December, 1881, to John Leeds Craw- 
ford, born in Thomaston, Maine, 9 May, 1847, lost at sea off 
Puget Sound, Washington, 15 December, 1886; married (2) 
Searsport, Maine, 26 October, 1892, to Willard Mudgett 
Griffin, born Prospect, Maine, 18 April, 1841, died San Fran- 
cisco, 9 June, 1913. 

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California No. 28 Massachusetts No. 9^6 General No. 2624 

CLARA ELIZABETH (McGILVERY) GRIFFIN 

MRS. WILLARD MUDGETT GRIFFIN 

Los Altos, California 

James Chilton, died on the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, 8 

December, 1620; married , died Plymouth, Mass., after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Mary Chilton, died Boston, Mass., before May, 1679; married 
Plymouth, between July, 1623, and 22 May, 1627, to John 
WiNSLow, baptized Droitwich, England, 18 April, 1597, died 
Boston, Mass., between 12 March and 21 May, 1674. 

Susanna Winslow, born Plymouth, 1628, died East Bridgewater, 
before 1683; married Plymouth, 1649, to Robert Latham, died 
Marshfield. 

James Latham married Deliverance Alger. 

Thomas Latham married to Deborah Harden. 

Janet Latham, born 1715; married 1732 to Joseph Drinkwater, 
died 18 April, 1784. 

Micajah Drinkwater, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 25 January, 
1739, died Northport, Maine, July, 1825; married Kingston, 
Mass., 23 December, 1765, to Elizabeth Bradford, born Kings- 
ton, Mass., 10 July, 1747. 

Mary Drinkwater, born 13 May, 1766; married to John Chase. 

Elizabeth Chase, born Sedgwick, Maine, 22 November, 1792, 
died Prospect, Maine, 30 June, 1853; married 21 October, 1813, 
to Robert McGilvery, born Merrimac, N. H., 15 September, 
1776, died Prospect, Maine, 6 May, 1855. 

John Willard McGilvery, born Prospect, Maine, 18 October, 
1829, died Searsport, Maine, 29 July, 1904; married Belfast, 
Maine, 13 November, 1855, to Ann Leach Carver, born Pros- 
pect, Maine, 26 September, 1831, died Los Altos, California, 
14 September, 1911- 

Clara Elizabeth McGilvery, born Portland, Maine; married (1) 
in Searsport, Maine, 1 December, 1881, to John Leeds Craw- 
ford, born in Thomaston, Maine, 9 May, 1847, lost at sea oiF 
Puget Sound, Washington, 15 December, 1886; married (2) 
Searsport, Maine, 26 October, 1892, to Willard Mudgett 
Griffin, born Prospect, Maine, 18 April, 1841, died San Fran- 
cisco, 9 June, 1913. 



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California No. 28 Massachusetts No. 9^6 General No. 2624 

CLARA ELIZABETH (McGILVERY) GRIFFIN 

MRS. WILLARD MUDGETT GRIFFIN 

Los Altos, California 

George Soule, died Duxbury, before 22 January, 1679; married 
Plymouth, Mass., before 1627 to Mary , died Dux- 
bury, December, 1676. 

Patience Soule, died Middleborough, Mass., 11 March, 1705-6; 
married Middleborough, January, 1666, to John Haskell, born 
about 1639, died Middleborough, 15 May, 1706. 

Elizabeth Haskell, born Middleborough, Mass., 2 July, 1672; 
married to Thomas Drinkwater, died before 25 June, 1715. 

Joseph Drinkwater, died 18 April, 1784; married 1732 to Janet 
Latham, died 15 November, 179^- 

MicAJAH Drinkwater, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 25 January, 
1739, died Northport, Maine, July, 1825; married Kingston, 
Mass., 23 December, 1765, to Elizabeth Bradford, born Kings- 
ton, Mass., 10 July, 1747. 

Mary Drinkwater, born 13 May, 1766; married to John Chase. 

Elizabeth Chase, born Sedgwick, Maine, 22 November, 1792, 
died Prospect, Maine, 30 June, 1853; married 21 October, 1813, 
to Robert McGilvery, born Merrimac, N. H., 15 September, 
1776, died Prospect, Maine, 6 May, 1855. 

John Willard McGilvery, born Prospect, Maine, 18 October, 
1829, died Searsport, Maine, 29 July, 1904; married Belfast, 
Maine, 13 November, 1855, to Ann Leach Carver, born Pros- 
pect, Maine, 26 September, 1831, died Los Altos, California, 
14 September, 1911. 

Clara Elizabeth McGilvery, born Portland, Maine; married (1) 
in Searsport, Maine, 1 December, 1881, to John Leeds Craw- 
ford, born in Thomaston, Maine, 9 May, 1847, lost at sea off 
Puget Sound, Washington, 15 December, 1886; married (2) 
Searsport, Maine, 26 October, 1892, to Willard Mudgett 
Griffin, born Prospect, Maine, 18 April, 1841, died San Fran- 
cisco, 9 June, 1913. 



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California No. 28 Massachusetts No. 946 General No. 2624 

CLARA ELIZABETH (McGILVERY) GRIFFIN 

MRS. WILLARD MUDGETT GRIFFIN 

Los Altos, California 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 
l6ll to Elizabeth , died Plymouth, 2 October, 1673. 

Mary Warren, born in England, before I6l2, died Plymouth, 
Mass., 27 March, 1683; married to Robert Bartlett, died 
Plymouth, Mass., between 19 September and 29 October, 1676. 

Benjamin Bartlett, died Duxbury, Mass., August, 1691 ; mar- 
ried Sarah Brewster. 

Benjamin Bartlett, married December, 1676 or 1678, to Ruth 
Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 27 June, 1658. 

Sarah Bartlett, married 27 November, 1701, to Israel Brad- 
ford. 

Ichabod Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 22 September, 1713; 
married Kingston, 25 November, 1743, to Mary Johnson, died 
Kingston, 13 July, I76l. 

Elizabeth Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 10 July, 1747; mar- 
ried Kingston, 23 December, 1765, to Micajah Drink water, 
born North Yarmouth, Maine, 25 January, 1739, died North- 
port, Maine, July, 1825. 

Mary Drinkwater, born 13 May, 1766; married to John Chase. 

Elizabeth Chase, born Sedgwick, Maine, 22 November, 1792, 
died Prospect, Maine, 30 June, 1853; married 21 October, 1813, 
to Robert McGilvery, born Merrimac, N. H., 15 September, 
1776, died Prospect, Maine, 6 May, 1855. 

John Willard McGilvery, born Prospect, Maine, 18 October, 
1829, died Searsport, Maine, 29 July, 1904; married Belfast, 
Maine, 13 November, 1855, to Ann Leach Carver, born Pros- 
pect, Maine, 26 September, 1831, died Los Altos, California, 
14 September, 1911. 

Clara Elizabeth McGilvery, born Portland, Maine; married (1) 
in Searsport, Maine, 1 December, 1881, to John Leeds Craw- 
ford, born in Thomaston, Maine, 9 May, 1847, lost at sea off 
Puget Sound, Washington, 15 December, 1886; married (2) 
Searsport, Maine, 26 October, 1892, to Willard Mudgett 
Griffin, born Prospect, Maine, 18 April, 1841, died San Fran- 
cisco, 9 June, 1913. 



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California No. 29 Massachusetts No. 919 General No. 2536 

HENRY NATHANIEL GRAY 
San Francisco, California 

John Alden, born about 1599:, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624, to Priscilla 
MuLLiNs (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, all pas- 
sengers on the Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Sarah Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Duxbury, Mass., before 
1686; married to Alexander Standish (son of Myles Standish, 
passenger on the Mayflower), born about 1626, died Duxbury, 
Mass., 6 July, 1702. 

Ebenezer Standish, born Duxbury, 1672, died Duxbury, 1734; 
married Duxbury, 1697, to Hannah Sturtevant, born Ply- 
mouth. 

Hannah Standish, born Pljonpton, Mass., 6 March, 1703-4; mar- 
ried Plympton, 4 January, 1721, to Seth Staples. 

Sarah Staples, died before 5 November, 1778; married to Daniel 
Wilde, born Braintree, Mass., 12 October, 1718. 

Sarah Wilde, married to Amos Martin, born Rehoboth, Mass., 
15 September, 1754, died Attleboro, Mass., 14 February, 1850. 

Sally Martin, born Norton, Mass., 26 August, 1781, died New 
Salem, Mass., 19 October, 1864; married Norton, Mass., 1801, 
to Nathaniel Freeman, born Norton, Mass., 10 July, 1781, 
died New Salem, 22 January, 1871. 

Daniel Sanford Freeman, born Norton, Mass., 1 March, 1805, 
died New Salem, 18 April, 1887; married Hadley, Mass., 5 
May, 1831, to Achsah Bridgman Kimball, born Hadley, Mass., 
28 October, 1808, died New Salem, Mass., 24 March, 1851. 

Maria Freeman, born New Salem, Mass., 15 February, 1832, 
preceptress women's department. Fort Wayne Seminary, in 1853, 
removed to San Francisco by rail in 1887, died San Fran- 
cisco, California, 16 March, 1915; married Fort Wayne, Ind., 
5 May, 1855, to John Henry Gray, born Prince George County, 
Maryland, 16 October, 1831, afterward Judge of the Fifth 
Judicial District of Iowa; died Des Moines, Iowa, 14 October, 
1865. 

Henry Nathaniel Gray, born Des Moines, Iowa; married Den- 
ver, Colo,, 17 January, 1898, to Persis (Babcock) Wilson, born 
Monmouth, 111. 

Note. — For an interesting deed by Bethiah Freeman, see Appendix, page 
181. 

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California No. 30 District of Columbia No. 167 General No. 2239 

MISS SARAH LOUISE KIMBALL 
Palo Alto, California 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 
July, 1644. 

Gyles Hopkins, died Eastham, Mass., before 16 April, 1690; 
married 9 October, 1639, to Catherine Wheldon, died after 5 
March, 1688-9. 

Stephen Hopkins, born Eastham, Mass., September, 1642, died 
Harwich, Mass., 10 October, 1718-9; married Eastham, 23 May, 
1667, to Mary Merrick, born Eastham, 6 November, 1650. 

Samuel Hopkins, born Eastham, Mass., March, 1682, died Brew- 
ster, Mass., about 1742; married to Lydia . 

Reliance Hopkins, born Harwich, Mass., 17 November, 1709, 
died Southeast, Putnam County, New York, 25 February, 1788; 
married Harwich, 19 June, 1735, to Lieut. David Crosby, born 
Harwich, 13 April, 1709, died Southeast, N. Y., 20 October, 
1793. 

David Crosby, born Harwich, Mass., 1737, died Southeast, N. Y., 
16 November, 1816; married Southeast, N. Y., to Bethiah 
Paddock, born Yarmouth, Mass., 17 April, 1737, died Southeast, 
N. Y., 2 July, 1776. 

Deborah Crosby, born Southeast, N. Y., 12 September, 1767, died 
Fenner, Madison County, N. Y., 1853; married Southeast, N. Y., 
to Dr. Hezekiah Hyatt, born Norwalk, Conn., or New Salem, 
N. Y., 11 January, 1762, died Fenner, N. Y., April, 1841. 

Marie Louise Hyatt, born Fenner, N. Y., 9 March, 1814, died 
Racine, Wis., 1 June, 1870; married Fenner, N. Y., 9 Septem- 
ber, 1835, to CoL. Simeon DeWitt Clough, born Nelson, N. Y., 
13 August, 1814, died Racine, Wis., 9 February, 1884. 

Mary Anne Clough, born Mexico, Orange County, N. Y., 8 
January, 1841, removed to Oakland, California, by rail, arrived 
April, 1875, died Palo Alto, 20 May, 1913; married Racine, 
Wis., 27 August, 1863, to Lieut. Charles Bradbury Kimball, 
born Howland, Penobscot County, Maine, 31 March, 1831, died 
Oakland, California, 3 July, 1896. 

Sarah Louise Kimball, born La Crosse, Wis. 



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California No. 31 District of Columbia No. 71 General No. 1505 

MISS FRANCES SOULE CAMPBELL* 
New York City 

George Soule^ died Duxbury, Mass., before 23 January, 1679-80; 

married Plymouth, Mass., before 1627 to Mary , died 

Duxbury, Mass., December, 1676. 

John Soule, born about 1632, died Duxbury, Mass., 14 Novem- 
ber, 1707; married Rebecca Simmons, 

Moses Soule, born Duxbury, 1632; married about 1701 to Mercy 
SouTHwoRTH, born Duxbury, died Duxbury. 

Barnabas Soule, born Duxbury, Mass., 1705, died North Yar- 
mouth, Maine, 8 April, 1780; married 1737 to Jane Bradbury, 
born about 1718. 

Barnabas Soule, born Freeport, Maine, 25 March, 1758, died 
Freeport, Maine, 25 January, 1823; married 17 May, 1781, to 
Jane Dennison, born 1760, died 5 March, 1825. 

Esther Soule, born Freeport, Maine, 12 February, 1785, died 
Mobile, Ala., 1862; married Freeport, Maine, 4 August, 1805, 
to Clement Jordan, born Richmond Island, Maine, 1781, died 
Tuscaloosa, Ala., 1840. 

Joanna Dennison Jordan, born Sparta, Tenn., 17 April, 1829; 
married Mobile, Ala., 24 May, 1859, to Colin James Campbell, 
born Isla, Argyleshire, Scotland, 18 March, 1818, died Salatpa, 
Ala., 2 June, 1889- 

Frances Soule Campbell, born Mobile, Ala. 



* Membership terminated under Art. 2, Section 4, of the Constitution. 



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California No. 32 Connecticut No. 145 General No. 842 

FREDERICK ELDRIDGE MASON 
Alameda, California 

William Brewster, born (probably) Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to 
Mary , born 1568-9, died Plymouth, Mass., 17 April, 

1627. 

Jonathan Brewster, born Scrooby, England, 12 August, 1593, 
died New London, Conn., 7 August, 1659; married Plymouth, 
Mass., to LucRETiA Oldham, died New London, Conn., 4 March, 
1678-9. 

Hannah Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., 3 November, 1641, died 
after 25 November, 1691; married New London, Conn., 23 
December, 1664, to Samuel Starr, born before 1640, died before 
22 February, 1687-8. 

Jonathan Starr, born New London, Conn., 23 February, 1673-4, 
died Groton, Conn., 26 August, 1747; married New London, 
12 January, 1698-9, to Elizabeth Morgan, born New London, 
9 September, 1678, died Norwich, Conn., 8 September, 1763. 

Mary Starr, born Groton, Conn., 30 August, 1722, died Groton, 

19 May, 1779; married Groton, 23 April, 1741, to Charles 

Eldridge, born Groton, 17 November, 1720, died Groton, 21 
August, 1795. 

Catherine (Eldridge) Geer, born 7 November, 1754; married 
21 March, 1779, to Daniel Billings, born Stonington, Conn., 
about 1749, died Lanesborough, Mass., 3 February, 1801. 

Frances Eldridge Billings, born Pomfret, Conn., 6 October, 
1786-7, died Brooklyn, N. Y., 23 November, 1853; married 
Trenton, N. Y., 6 May, 1812, to Frederick Mason, born 
Groton, Conn., 5 March, 1787, died Brooklyn, N. Y., 24 Oc- 
tober, 1860. 

Frederick Mason, born Norway, N. Y., 21 October, 1817, died 
San Francisco, California, 19 September, 1881; married New 
York City, 8 December, 1842, to Clotilda Smith, born New 
York, 4 August, 1823, died New York, 7 February, 1850. 

Frederick Eldridge Mason, born Brooklyn, N. Y. ; married 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 13 January, 1875, to Emilie Meta Duckwitz, 
born Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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California No. 33 Massachusetts No. 1012 General No. 2825 

MILES STANDISH 
Berkeley, California 

MvLES Standish, died Duxbury, Mass., 3 October, 1656; married 
Plymouth, Mass., between July, 1623, and 14 March, 1624, to 
(2) Barbara , died after 6 October, 1659- 

JosiAH Standish, born Duxbury, about 1634, died Preston, Conn., 
19 March, 1690; married . 

Samuel Standish, born after 1680, died after 1745; married 5 
June, 1710, to Deborah Gates, died before 1745. 

Thomas Standish, born 12 May, 1724, died after 1780; married 
to Sarah ( ) Williams. 

Lemuel Standish, died Naperville, 111. ; married Benson, Vt., 
before 1789, to Ruth Meachem, died Naperville, 111. 

Henry Johnson Standish, born Benson, Vt., 12 April, 1789, died 
Hastings, Mich., 19 September, 1878; married April, 1812, to 
Abigail Parkhill, died Cook County, Illinois. 

John Henry Standish, born Benson, Vt., 10 February, 1816, 
died Newaygo, Mich., 28 April, 1893; married (1) 27 January, 
1839, to Hester A. Courter, died 1855; married (2) Glens 
Falls, N. Y., 19 February, 1857, to Emeline Day, born Glens 
Falls, N. Y., 6 April, 1830. 

Miles Standish, born Newaygo, Mich.; married White Cloud, 
Mich., 17 September, 1885, to Sophie C. Roedel. 



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California No. 34- General No. 2945 

GEORGE MARION MITCHELL 
San Francisco, California 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruar}', 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY (daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on 
the Mayflower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 
December, 1687. 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627, 
died Barnstable, Mass., 13 October, 1683; married, about 1643, 
to John Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, Mass., 5 
February, 1675. 

John Gorham, born Marshfield, Mass., 20 February, 1651-2, died 
11 November, 1710; married Barnstable, Mass., 24 February, 
1674-5, to Mary Otis, born Hingham, Mass., 14 March, 1652-3, 
died Barnstable, 4th, 1st mo., 1732. 

Stephen Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 23 June, 1683, died 
about 1743; married Nantucket, Mass., 25 December, 1703, to 
Elizabeth Gardner, died 22 July, 1763. 

Sarah Gorham, born 6th, 8th mo., 1711, died 18th, 7th mo., 1748; 
married Nantucket, Mass., 18th, 2nd mo., 1734, to Daniel 
Hussey, died 1st, 8th mo., 1750. 

Rachel Hussey, born Nantucket, 13th, 9th mo., 1741, died Nan- 
tucket, 3d, 4th mo., 1803; married Nantucket, 6th, 12th mo., 
1759, to Jethro Mitchell, born Nantucket, 18th, 5th mo., 1739, 
died Nantucket, 4th, 5th mo., 1817 or 1819. 

Obed Mitchell, born Nantucket, Mass., 20th, 3d mo., 1763, died 
Nantucket, 1st, 7th mo., 1821; married Nantucket, 28th, 10th 
mo., 1784, to Lydia Gardner, died Nantucket, 23d, 11th mo., 
1820. 

James Mitchell, born Nantucket, Mass., 20th, 11th mo., 1798, 
died Nantucket; married Nantucket, 2nd, 11th mo., 1820, to 
Lydia Green Clasby, died San Francisco, 12 October, 1886. 

John Clasby Mitchell, born Nantucket, Mass., 2nd, 8th mo., 
1821, died San Francisco, 9 December, 1900; married Boston, 
Mass., 20 May, 1845, to Elizabeth Almy Brayton, born 18 
October, 1824, died San Francisco, California, 8 December, 1889- 

George Marion Mitchell, born San Francisco, California; mar- 
ried San Francisco, 27 May, 1885, to Eleanor Cynthia 
Porter, born 25 May, 1865, died San Francisco, 20 September, 
1902. 

Note. — For the marriage certificates of Rachel* Hussey, Obed' Mitchell, 
and James* Mitchell, see Appendix, pages 182-87. 

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California No. 35 General No. 29*6 

JOHN DANIEL MERSEREAU f 
Pasadena, California 

William Bradford, baptized Austerfield, England, 19 March, 
1589, died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 
14 August, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born 
about 1590, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, died 
Plymouth, 20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650, to Alice 
Richards, born about l627, died Plymouth, 12 December, 1671. 

Thomas Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1657, died after 12 
October, 1713; married about 1680 to Anne Smith. 

James Bradford, born Norwich, Conn., about 1689, died Canter- 
bury, Conn., 26 March, 1762; married about 1712, to Edith 
, died before 7 December, 1724. 

Thomas Bradford, born Canterbury, Conn., 14 November, 1712, 
died before 26 January, 1782; married Canterbury, Conn., 2 
May, 1733, to Eunice Adams, born Canterbury, 25 July, 1713, 
died after 26 January, 1782. 

Samuel Bradford, born Canterbury, Conn., 27 July, 1748; mar- 
ried Canterbury, 19 January, 1778, to Lydia Dean. 

Annice Bradford, born Canterbury, Conn., 22 November, 1780, 
died Rome, N. Y., 2 October, 1739; married Canterbury, 1802, 
to Daniel Butts, born Canterbury, 12 March, 1782, died Rome, 
N. Y., 3 September, 1859. 

Esther Caroline Butts, born Rome, N. Y., 24 January, 1824, 
died Portville, N. Y., 17 April, 1855; married Rome, N. Y., 30 
August, 1848, to Samuel John Mills Mersereau, born Guil- 
ford, N. Y., 6 October, 1823, died Portville, N. Y., 7 October, 
1857. 

John Daniel Mersereau, born Portville, N. Y., 20 June, 1854, 
died Pasadena, California, 29 June, 1915; married Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 20 June, 1883, to Nellie May Colman, born St. Louis, 
Missouri. 

t Deceased. 



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California No, 35 General No. 2946 

JOHN DANIEL MERSEREAUt 
Pasadena, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mullins 
(daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the 
Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 31 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 13 December, 1707. 

Lydia Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 3 April, 1667, died Killing- 
worth, Conn., 13 July, 1748; married, about 1683, to Daniel 
Grinnell, born Little Compton, R. I., about 1668, died Say- 
brook, Conn., 9 January, 1740-1. 

Priscilla Grinnell, born about 1689, died Killingworth, Conn., 
12 January, 1770; married Killingworth, 29 December, 1706, to 
Theophilus Redfield, born Saybrook, Conn., about 1682, died 
Killingworth, 14 February, 1759- 

Theophilus Redfield, born Killingworth, Conn., 6 September, 
1718, died Killingworth, 30 January, 1770; married Killing- 
worth, 4 September, 1740, to Mary Buell, died Killingworth, 
22 August, 1749. 

Levi Redfield, born Killingworth, Conn., 17 August, 1745, died 
Bainbridge, N. Y., 15 September, 1838; married Killingworth, 
3 July, 1765, to Sybil Willcocks, born Killingworth, 26 March, 
1746, died Killingworth, 3 July, 1827. 

Jared Redfield, born Killingworth, Conn., 12 February, 1766, 
died 1 May, 1814; married, about 1789, to Sybil Smith, born 
17 January, 1769, died 22 February, 1844. 

Julia Redfield, born Bainbridge, N. Y., 11 November, 1801, died 
Portville, N. Y., 9 April, 1855; married Bainbridge, N. Y., 
November, 1822, to John Garrison Mersereau, born Guilford, 
N. Y., 18 September, 1799, died Portville, N. Y., 10 August, 
1883. 

Samuel John Mills Mersereau, born Guilford, N. Y., 6 October, 
1823, died Portville, N. Y., 7 October, 1857; married Rome, 
N. Y., 30 August, 1848, to Esther Caroline Butts, born Rome, 
N. Y., 24 January, 1824, died Portville, N. Y., 17 April, 1855. 

John Daniel Mersereau, born Portville, N. Y., 20 June, 1854, 
died Pasadena, California, 29 June, 1915; married Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 20 June, 1883, to Nellie May Colman, born St. Louis, 
Missouri. 

t Deceased. 

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Reprinted, by permission, from 
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California No. 36 General No. 2947 

IRENE (MERSEREAU) POINDEXTER 

MRS. ROBERT WADE POINDEXTER, Jr. 

Sheridan, Wyoming 

William Bradford, baptized Austerfield, England, 19 March, 1589, 
died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 14 Aug- 
ust, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born about 1590, 
died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, died 
Plymouth, 20 Feb., 1703-4; married about 1650, to Alice Richards, 
born about 1627, died Plymouth, 12 Dec, 1671. 

Thomas Bradford, born Plymouth, about 1657, died after 12 
October, 1713; married about 1680 to Anne Smith. 

James Bradford, born Norwich, Conn., about 1689, died Canter- 
bury, Conn., 26 March, 1762; married about 1712, to Edith 
, died before 7 December, 1724. 

Thomas Bradford, born Canterbury, Conn., 14 November, 1712, 
died before 26 January, 1782; married Canterbury, Conn,, 2 
May, 1733, to Eunice Adams, born Canterbury, 25 July, 1713, 
died after 26 January, 1782. 

Samuel Bradford, born Canterbury, Conn., 27 July, 1748; mar- 
ried Canterbury, 19 January, 1778, to Lydia Dean. 

Annice Bradford, born Canterbury, Conn., 22 November, 1780, 
died Rome, N. Y., 2 October, 1739; married Canterbury, 1802, 
to Daniel Butts, born Canterbury, 12 March, 1782, died Rome, 
N. Y., 3 September, 1859- 

Esther Caroline Butts, born Rome, N. Y., 24 January, 1824, 
died Portville, N. Y., 17 April, 1855; married Rome, N. Y., 30 
August, 1848, to Samuel John Mills Mersereau, born Guil- 
ford, N. Y., 6 October, 1823, died Portville, N. Y., 7 October, 
1857. 

John Daniel Mersereau, born Portville, N. Y,, 20 June, 1854, 
died Pasadena, California, 29 June, 1915; married Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 20 June, 1883, to Nellie May Colman, born St. Louis, 
Missouri. 

Irene Mersereau, born Manistigue, Mich. ; married Pasadena, 
California, 5 February, 1916, to Robert Wade Poindexter, Jr. 



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California No. 36 General No. 29*7 

IRENE (MERSEREAU) POINDEXTER 

MRS. ROBERT WADE POINDEXTER, Jr. 

Sheridan, Wyoming 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mullins 
(daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the 
Mayflower^, died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 31 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 13 December, 1707. 

Lydia Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 3 April, 1667, died Killing- 
worth, Conn., 13 July, 1748; married, about 1683, to Daniel 
Grinnell, born Little Compton, R, I., about 1668, died Say- 
brook, Conn., 9 January, 1740-1. 

Priscilla Grinnell, born about 1689, died Killingworth, Conn., 
12 January, 1770; married Killingworth, 29 December, 1706, to 
Theophilus Redfield, born Saybrook, Conn., about 1682, died 
Killingworth, 14 February, 1759- 

Theophilus Redfield, born Killingworth, Conn., 6 September, 
1718, died Killingworth, 30 January, 1770; married Killing- 
worth, 4 September, 1740, to Mary Buell, died Killingworth, 
22 August, 1749. 

Levi Redfield, born Killingworth, Conn., 17 August, 1745, died 
Bainbridge, N. Y., 15 September, 1838; married Killingworth, 
3 July, 1765, to Sybil Willcocks, born Killingworth, 26 March, 
1746, died Killingworth, 3 July, 1827. 

Jared Redfield, born Killingworth, Conn., 12 February, 1766, 
died 1 May, 1814; married, about 1789, to Sybil Smith, bom 
17 January, 1769, died 22 February, 1844. 

Julia Redfield, born Bainbridge, N. Y., 11 November, 1801, died 
Portville, N. Y., 9 April, 1855; married Bainbridge, N. Y., 
November, 1822, to John Garrison Mersereau, born Guilford, 
N. Y., 18 September, 1799, died Portville, N. Y., 10 August, 
1883. 

Samuel John Mills Mersereau, born Guilford, N. Y., 6 October, 
1823, died Portville, N. Y., 7 October, 1857; married Rome, 
N. Y., 30 August, 1848, to Esther Caroline Butts, born Rome, 
N. Y., 24 January, 1824, died Portville, N. Y., 17 April, 1855. 

John Daniel Mersereau, born Portville, N. Y., 20 June, 1854, 
died Pasadena, California, 29 June, 1915; married Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 20 June, 1883, to Nellie May Colman, born St. Louis, 
Missouri. 

Irene Mersereau, born Manistigue, Mich. ; married Pasadena, 
California, 5 February, 1916, to Robert Wade Poindexter, Jr. 

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California No. S7 General No. 29*8 

WALTER EMERSON DENNISON 
Alameda, California 

JoHX Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mullins 
(daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the 
Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. L, SI May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 13 December, 1707. 

Mary Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 7 August, 1648; married 
Duxbury, 16 November, 1671, to Edward Southworth. 

Mercy Southworth, born Duxbury, Mass., about 1680, died Dux- 
bury, after 1728; married about 1701 to Moses Soule, died 
Duxbury, after 1748. 

Barnabas Soule, born Duxbury, Mass., about 1705, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 8 April, 1780; married about 1737 to Jane 
Bradbury, baptized Salisbury, Mass., 4 August, 1718. 

John Soule, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 12 March, 1740; 
married North Yarmouth, 30 November, 1763, to Elizabeth 
Mitchell, born North Yarmouth, 29 September, 1747, died 
Freeport, Maine, 16-26 December, 1794. 

Dorcab Soule, born 11 March, 1766; married 21 August, 1783, to 
George Dennison, born 19 May, 1762. 

Timothy Dennison, born Augusta, Maine, 17 November, 1791, 
died Milan, Ind., 12 November, 1857; married Milan, Ind., 1821, 
to Alice Hill, born Palmyra, N. Y., 1 December, 1804, died 
Milan, Ind., 25 March, 1876. 

Walter Horace Dennison, born Milan, Ind., 3 January, 1832, 
died Milan, 10 September, 1861; married N. Milan, 4 October, 
1855, to Nancy Jane Ransom, born Milan, 29 November, 1837, 
removed to California by rail, 1876, died Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia, 16 January, 1881. 

Walter Emerson Dennison, born Momenee, 111., removed from 
Cincinnati, Ohio, by rail, arrived California 16 April, 1880; 
married San Francisco, California, 2 November, 1882, to Isa- 
bella Baxter Richardson, born Delaware, Ohio. 



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California No. 38 General No. 2949 

MISS ELIZABETH AGNES WILBUR 
San Francisco, California 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb., 
1672-8; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth Tilley 
(daughter of John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on the May- 
flower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 Dec., 1687. 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627, died 
Barnstable, Mass., 13 Oct., 1683; married, about 1643, to John 
Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, 5 Feb., 1675. 

Mercy Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 20 January, 1658-9, died 
Westerly, R. I., 24 September, 1725; married to George Deni- 
80N, born about 1653, died Westerly, R. I., 27 December, 1711. 

Elizabeth Denison, born Westerly, R. I., 11 September, 1689, 
died Charlestown, R. I., 22 November, 1749; married Westerly, 
R. I., 5 December, 1705, to Christopher Champlin, Jr., born 
Westerly, R. I., 26 September, 1684, died Westerly, 23 October, 
1734. 

CoL. Joseph Champlin, born Westerly, R. I., 4 August, 1709, 
died Westerly, 20 December, 1792; married 8 February, 1753, 
to Mary Noyes, born Stonington, Conn., 14 August, 1725. 

Captain William Champlin, born about 1757, died Quechee, Vt., 
2 March, 1848; married about 1781-2 to Content Brown, born 
about 1758, died 1 July, 1842. 

Content Leeds Champlin, born Groton, Conn., 2 September, 
1790, died Kenosha, Wis., 1 September, 1870; married about 
1805 to Nathaniel Etheridoe, born Boston, Mass., about 1773, 
died Sackett's Harbor, 30 January, 1815. 

Sophia Etheridge, born Sheldon, Vt., 16 March, 1810, died Bris- 
tol, Wis., 15 September, 1839; married New Baltimore, N. Y., 
about 1827, to Allen Russell Wilbur, born Chenango County, 
N. Y., 4 October, 1806, died Milton, 111., 11 July, 1881. 

Isaac Richardson Wilbur, born New Baltimore, N. Y., 28 Octo- 
ber, 1835, sailed from New York to Colon, by steamer Northern 
Light, and from Panama by steamer Sonora, arrived San Fran- 
cisco, California, 28 April, I860, died San Francisco, 20 Decem- 
ber, 1915; married Stockton, California, 23 August, 1865, to 
Emma Louise Visher, born Fulton County, N. Y., 18 March, 
1847, died San Francisco, California, 5 March, 1903. 

Elizabeth Agnes Wilbur, born Stockton, California. 



Note. — For an interesting affidavit by Isaac Richardson' Wilbur, above, 
see Appendix, pages 187-89. 

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California No. 39 General No. 296* 

JULIE ELDREDGE (MATHEWS) HINSDILL 

MRS. CHESTER BINGHAM HINSDILL 

Santa Barbara, California 

William Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, 1566-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, Mass., 17 April, 1627. 

Patience Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, died Ply- 
mouth, Mass., 1634; married Plymouth, 5 August, 1624, to 
Thomas Prence, born about 1601, died Plymouth, 29 March, 
1673. 

Mercy Prence, born Plymouth, Mass., about 1631, died Eastham, 
Mass., 28 September, 1711; married Sandwich, Mass., 13 or 14 
February, 1649-50, to John Freeman, born about 1621, died 
Eastham, 28 October, 1719- 

Nathaniel Freeman, born Eastham, Mass., 20 March, 1669, died 
Eastham, 4 January, 1760; married about 1690 to Mary 
, born about 1666, died Eastham, 29 January, 1742-3. 

Abigail Freeman, born Eastham, Mass., 22 February, 1692-3, died 
Eastham, 14 May, 1737; married Eastham, 9 October, 1712, to 
Captain Samuel Smith, born Eastham, 13 February, 1691, died 
1768. 

Abigail Smith, born Eastham, 17 December, 1718, died Willing- 
ton, Conn., 16 March, 1793; married Eastham, 7 November, 
1734, to Jesse Eldredge, born Eastham, 9 August, 1715, died 
Willington, Conn., 17 December, 1794. 

ZoETH Eldredge, born Willington, Conn., probably about 1751, 
died Willington, 18 March, 1828; married Willington, 16 Octo- 
ber, 1779, to Bethiah Hinckley, born Tolland, Conn., 10 
December, 1759, died Willington, 17 June, 1850. 

ZoETH Eldredge, born Willington, Conn., 1 April, 1782, died 
Syracuse, N. Y., 10 October, 1844; married Willington, 8 
October, 1804, to Lois Dunton, born Willington, 4 October, 
1784, died Victor, N. Y., 25 April, 1819- 

Betsey Eldredge, born Willington, Conn., 27 December, 1807, 
died Grand Rapids, Mich., 24 December, 1882; married Clark- 
son, N. Y., 27 December, 1830, to William Henry Howklls 
Mathews, born Salina, N. Y., 1805, died Rochester, N. Y., 10 
August, 1846. 

Julie Eldredge Mathews, born Holly, N. Y. ; married Cleveland^ 
Ohio, l6 September, 1868, to Chester Bingham Hinsdill, born 
Kalamazoo, Mich., 4 September, 1835, died Grand Rapids, Mich., 
5 July, 1900. 

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California No. 40 General No. 2965 

FRANKLIN BANGS 
Oakland, California 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 
July, 1644. 

Gyles Hopkins, died Eastham, Mass., before 16 April, 1690; 
married 9 October, l6S9, to Catherine Wheldon, died after 5 
March, 1688-9. 

Stephen Hopkins, born Eastham, Mass., September, 1642, died 
Harwich, Mass., 10 October, 1718-9; married Eastham, 23 May, 
1667, to Mary Merrick, born Eastham, 6 November, 1650. 

Stephen Hopkins, born Eastham, Mass., 15 July, 1670, died 
Harwich, Mass., 9-20 April, 1733; married 19 May, 1692, to 
Sarah Howes, born Yarmouth, Mass., 29 October, 1673. 

Ebenezer Hopkins, born Harwich, Mass., January, 1706-7; mar- 
ried Eastham, 12 October, 1732, to Rebecca Crosby, born 12 
May, 1709. 

Mary Hopkins, born Harwich, Mass., 20 March, 1732-3, died 
Brewster, Mass., 20 May, 1812; married Isaac Sparrow, born 
Eastham, Mass., 26 November, 1730. 

Eunice Sparrow, born 30 December, 1756, died Sidney, Maine, 
3 September, 1818; married 21 August, 1780, to Captain Dean 
Bangs, born Harwich, Mass., 31 May, 1756, died 6 December, 
1845. 

Elkanah Bangs, born Harwich, Mass., 29 July, 1783, died Brew- 
ster, Mass., 23 August, 1863; married Brewster, 5 September, 
1812, to Reliance Freeman Berry, born Harwich, 17 April, 
1793, died Brewster, Mass., 1 September, 1855. 

Hiram Berry Bangs, born Brewster, Mass., 11 September, 1824, 
died Orleans, Mass., 16 October, 1879; married Brewster, 22 
August, 1847, to Rebecca Foster Crosby, born Boston, 4 
December, 1827, died St. Paul, Minn., 20 November, 1858. 

Hiram Franklin Bangs, born Brewster, Mass., passenger, via 
Cape Horn, by the ship Mary Bangs, arrived San Francisco, 11 
February, 1870; married Oakland, California, 25 January, 1881, 
to Irene Van Dyke, born Areata, California (daughter of the 
late Hon. Walter Van Dyke, Justice of Supreme Court of 
California, removed from Cleveland, Ohio, "across the plains," 
arrived Los Angeles, California, 81 December, 1849). 



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California No. 41 General No. 2993 

ESSIE MAUD (WESTON) DOWNEN 

MRS. WILLIAM MARTIN DOWNEN 

Orland, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624, to Priscilla 
MuLLiNs (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers 
on the Mayflower) , died after 1650. 

John Alden, born about 1625-6, died Boston, Mass., 14 March, 
1701-2; married 1 April, l660 to (2) Elizabeth (Phillips) 

EVERILL. 

John Alden, born Boston, Mass., 12 March, 1662-3, died Boston, 
1 February, 1729-30; married about 1684 to (1) Elizabeth 
Phelps, born about 1668-9, died Boston, 26 November, 1719- 

Nathaniel Alden, born Boston, 6 July, 1700, died Boston, about 
1740; married to Mary Smith. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Boston, 3 August, 1730, died Hopkinton, 
Mass., 1788; married 9 February, 1747, to Anthony Jones, 
born Hopkinton, 8 June, 1723, died Hopkinton, 8 April, 1782. 

Elizabeth Jones, baptized Hopkinton, 27 December, 1750 (or 
born 26 January, 1751), died Hopkinton, 26 April, 1825; mar- 
ried Hopkinton, about 1770, to William Valentine, born 
Hopkinton, 6 November, 1750, died Hopkinton, 6 May, 1825. 

Elizabeth Valentine, born Hopkinton, 30 November, 1771, died 
Westboro, Mass., 10 January, 1795; married Westboro, 15 No- 
vember, 1789, to Joshua Mellen, born Framingham, Mass., 14 
September, 1765, died Westboro, 22 February, 1856. 

Clarissa Mellen, born Westboro, Mass., 3 January, 1794, died 
Chicago, 111., 20 March, 1880; married Westboro, 22 May, 1814, 
to Jubal Weston, born Grafton, Mass., 19 February, 1786, died 
Hopkinton, Mass., 27 May, 1868. 

Jubal Weston, born East Haddam, Conn., 13 November, 1824, 
sailed from Boston to New Orleans, thence 16 January, 1849, 
by the bark Florida to Chagres River, thence from Panama by 
ship Philadelphia, arriving San Francisco 30 April, 1849, died 
St. John, California, 9 April, 1910; married San Francisco, 
California, 5 February, 1854, to Sarah Frances Richardson, 
born Bangor, Maine, 22 June, 1833, removed to California by 
steamer via Panama, arriving San Francisco about January, 
1854, died St. John, California, 20 April, 1876. 

Essie Maud Weston, born St. John, California; married Sisson, 
California, 25 August, 1896, to William Martin Downen, born 
near Salem, Oregon. 

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California No. 42 Connecticut No. 147 General No. 844 

EMILIE DURYEA (MASON) WILSON 

MRS. JOHN RALPH WILSON 

Alameda, California 

William Brewster, born (probably) Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to 

Mary , born 1568-9, died Plymouth, Mass., 17 April, 

1627. 

Jonathan Brewster, born Scrooby, England, 12 August, 1593, 
died New London, Conn., 7 August, 1659; married Plymouth, 
Mass., to Lucretia Oldham, died New London, Conn., 4 March, 
1678-9. 

Hannah Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., 3 November, 1641, died 
after 25 November, 1691; married New London, Conn., 23 
December, 1664, to Samuel Starr, born before 1640, died before 
22 February, 1687-8. 

Jonathan Starr, born New London, Conn., 23 February, 1673-4, 
died Groton, Conn., 26 August, 1747; married New London, 
12 January, 1698-9, to Elizabeth Morgan, born New London, 
9 September, 1678, died Norwich, Conn., 8 September, 1763. 

Mary Starr, born Groton, Conn., 30 August, 1722, died Groton, 
19 May, 1779; married Groton, 23 April, 1741, to Charles 
Eldridqe, born Groton, 17 November, 1720, died Groton, 21 
August, 1795. 

Catherine (Eldridge) Geer, born 7 November, 1754; married 
21 March, 1779, to Daniel Billings, born Stonington, Conn., 
about 1749, died Lanesborough, Mass., 3 February, 1801. 

Frances Eldridge Billings, born Pomfret, Conn., 6 October, 
1786-7, died Brooklyn, N. Y., 23 November, 1853; married 
Trenton, N. Y., 6 May, 1812, to Frederick Mason, born 
Groton, Conn., 5 March, 1787, died Brooklyn, N. Y., 24 Oc- 
tober, I860. 

Frederick Mason, born Norway, N. Y., 21 October, 1817, died 
San Francisco, California, 19 September, 1881; married New 
York City, 8 December, 1842, to Clotilda Smith, born New 
York, 4 August, 1823, died New York, 7 February, 1850. 

Frederick Eldridge Mason, born Brooklyn, N. Y. ; married 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 13 January, 1875, to Emilie Meta Duckwitz, 
born Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Emilie Duryea Mason, born Brooklyn, N. Y. ; married Alameda, 
California, 15 April, 1903, to John Ralph Wilson, born Wil- 
mington, Del. 

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California No. 43 General No. 2995 

FRANCIS ROWLAND PORTERt 
San Francisco, California 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before l624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY (daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on 
the Mayflower), born about l607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 
December, 1687. 

John Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., 24 February, 1626, died 
Barnstable, Mass., after April, 1702; married Barnstable, 26 
October, 1651, to Mary Lee, died Barnstable, after 22 Novem- 
ber, 1691. 

Shubael Rowland, born Barnstable, Mass., 30 September, 1672, 
died after 1737; married Barnstable, 13 December, 1700, to 
Mercy Blossom, born Barnstable, August, 1678, died about 
1759. 

Jabez Rowland, born Barnstable, 16 September, 1701, died about 
1765; married Barnstable, 22 December, 1727, to Elizabeth 
Percival. 

Ansel Rowland, born Barnstable, Mass., 3 December, 1738; 
married to Elizabeth Bodfish, died Barnstable, 4 October, 
1821. 

Jabez Rowland, born Barnstable, Mass., 31 May, 1775, died 
West Barnstable, 1 January, 1848; married 18 October, 1797, 
to Rannah Parker, born 24 June, 1778, died West Barnstable, 
30 July, 1862. 

Jabez Rowland, born West Barnstable, 18 June, 1803, died 
Dorchester, Mass., 8 April, 1867; married West Barnstable, in 
1832, to Dorcas Jenkins, born West Barnstable, 19 June, 1807, 
died West Barnstable, 10 October, 1841. 

Ellen Rowland, born West Barnstable, Mass., 10 May, 1833; 
married Dorchester, Mass., 17 July, 1851, to John Whitcomb 
Porter, born Weymouth, Mass., 2 August, 1827, died Boston, 
Mass., 8 November, 1890. 

Francis Rowland Porter, born Dorchester, Mass., 4 June, 1854, 
died San Francisco, California, 19 May, 1916; married San 
Francisco, 24 September, 1885, to Carrie Augusta Reynolds, 
born Salem, Mass., died San Francisco, 29 October, 1909; mar- 
ried, second, San Francisco, 4 September, 1913, to Alexena 
Roberts. 

t Deceased. 

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California No. 44 General No. 3008 

ELLEN (WORTH) BROOKS 

MRS. ELISHA BROOKS 

Ben Lomond, California 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 2S Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY (daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on 
the Mayflower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 
December, 1687. 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627, 
died Barnstable, Mass., 13 October, 1683; married about 1643 
to John Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, Mass., 5 
February, 1675. 

Shubael Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 21 October, 1667, died 
Yarmouth, Mass., about 1750; married Nantucket, Mass., May, 
1695, to Puella Russey, born Nantucket, 10 October, 1677. 

Lydia Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 14 May, 1701, died Nan- 
tucket, Mass., 1 March, 1763; married Nantucket, 8 September, 
1720, to Joseph Worth, died Nantucket, 14th, 7th mo., 1790. 

William Worth, born Nantucket, Mass., 4th, 1st mo., 1741, died 
about 1792; married Nantucket, 17 February, 1763, to Ruth 
FoLGER, born Nantucket, 31 January, 1742-3, died Nantucket, 
21 December, 1828. 

Frederick Worth, born Nantucket, Mass., 24 July, 1784, died 
Nantucket, 30 January, 1867; married Nantucket, 16 April, 
1807, to Elizabeth Pinkham, born Nantucket, 13 April, 1789^ 
died Nantucket, 16-17 May, 1862. 

George Frederick Worth, born Nantucket, Mass., 8 December, 
I8O9, Postmaster of Nantucket from 1845 to 1849, part owner 
of and passenger by ship Fanny of Sag Harbor, sailed from 
Nantucket, 22 August, 1849, arrived San Francisco, California 
(via Cape Rorn), 21 February, 1850, removed to Georgetown, 
El Dorado County, and (after a trip to Nantucket) to Mar- 
tinez, Contra Costa County, in 1854, U. S. Deputy Marshal 
from 1862 to 1892, died San Francisco, 30 May, 1904; married 
Nantucket, 19 July, 1832, to Mary Elkins, born Nantucket, 
7 December, 1812, removed, by steamers via Panama (with five 
children) to San Francisco, arrived 4 April, 1855, died San 
Francisco, 31 October, 1879- 

Ellen Worth, born Nantucket, Mass., passenger by steamers via 
Panama, arrived 4 April, 1855; married San Francisco, 20 
April, I869, to Elisha Brooks, born St. Joseph County, Mich. 

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California No. 45 General No. S009 

SIDNEY WORTH, M. D.* 

San Francisco, California 

John Howland, born about 159S, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb., 
1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth Tilley 
(daughter of John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on the 
Mayflower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 Dec., 1687. 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627, 
died Barnstable, Mass., 13 Oct., 1683; married, about 1643, to 
John Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, 5 Feb., 1675. 

Shubael Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 21 October, 1667, died 
Yarmouth, Mass., about 1750; married Nantucket, Mass., May, 
1695, to Puella Hussey, born Nantucket, 10 October, 1677. 

Lydia Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 14 May, 1701, died Nan- 
tucket, Mass., 1 March, 1763; married Nantucket, 8 September, 
1720, to Joseph Worth, died Nantucket, 14th, 7th mo., 1790. 

William Worth, born Nantucket, Mass., 4th, 1st mo., 1741, died 
about 1792; married Nantucket, 17 February, 1763, to Ruth 
FoLGER, born Nantucket, 31 January, 1742-3, died Nantucket, 
21 December, 1828. 

Frederick Worth, born Nantucket, Mass., 24 July, 1784, died 
Nantucket, 30 January, 1867; married Nantucket, 16 April, 
1807, to Elizabeth Pinkham, born Nantucket, 13 April, 1789, 
died Nantucket, 16-17 May, 1862. 

George Frederick Worth, born Nantucket, Mass., 8 December, 
1809, Postmaster of Nantucket from 1845 to 1849, part owner 
of and passenger by ship Fanny of Sag Harbor, sailed from 
Nantucket, 22 August, 1849, arrived San Francisco, California 
(via Cape Horn), 21 February, 1850, removed to Georgetown, 
El Dorado County, and (after a trip to Nantucket) to Mar- 
tinez, Contra Costa County, in 1854, U. S. Deputy Marshal 
from 1862 to 1892, died San Francisco, 30 May, 1904; married 
Nantucket, 19 July, 1832, to Mary Elkins, born Nantucket, 7 
December, 1812, removed, by steamers via Panama (with five 
children) to San Francisco, arrived 4 April, 1855, died San 
Francisco, 31 October, 1879. 

Sidney Worth, born Nantucket, Mass., passenger by steamers 
via Panama, arrived San Francisco, California, 4 April, 1855; 
married San Francisco, 20 December, 1876, to Lillian Eliza- 
beth Brotherton, born New York, N. Y., 12 December, 1851, 
died San Francisco, California. 

• Membership terminated under Art. 2, Section 4, of the Constitution. 

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California No. 46 General No. 8010 

FRANK SOULEt 
Berkeley, California 

George Soule, died Duxbury, Mass.^ before 23 January, 1679-80; 

married Plymouth, Mass., before 1627 to Mary , died 

Duxbury, Mass., December, 1676. 

John Soule, born about 1632, died Duxbury, Mass., 14 Novem- 
ber, 1707; married Hester . 

Moses Soule, born Duxbury, 1632; married about 1701 to Mercy 
SouTHWoRTH, bom Duxbury, died Duxbury. 

Barnabas Soule, born Duxbury, Mass., 1705, died North Yar- 
mouth, Maine, 8 April, 1780; married 1737 to Jane Bradbury, 
born about 1718. 

MosEs Soule, born 19 February, 1738; married 24 July, 1760, 
to Nancy Hewes, born about 1736, died 27 September, 1812. 

Charles Soule, born September, 1768; married 16 July, 1796, to 
Anne Kendall, died about 1823. 

Benjamin Franklin Soule, born Stroud's Point, Maine, 17 Jan- 
uary, 1810, came overland through Texas and Arizona, arrived 
San Francisco, California, 29 May, 1849, died San Francisco, 
3 July, 1882; married Woodville, Miss., 28 June, 1843, to Mary 
PiERSON Hand, born Bridgehampton, N. Y., 17 May, 1823, 
died Bridgehampton, N. Y., 1848. 

Frank Soule, born Woodville, Miss., 6 August, 1845, died Berke- 
ley, California, 14 February, 1913; married 2 April, 1872, to 
Ella Etta Bacon, born St. Louis, Mo. 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 47 General No. 3019 

LYSANDER WILLIAM CUSHMAN 
Ontario, California 

Isaac Allerton, born about 1586, died New Haven, Conn., be- 
tween 1 and 12 February, 1658-9; married Leyden, Holland, 
4 November, l6ll, to Mary Norris, died Plymouth, 25 Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary Allerton, born Leyden, Holland, died Plymouth, Mass., 
28 November, 1699; married Plymouth, about 1636, to Thomas 
CusHMAN, born February, l608, died Plymouth, 10 or 11 De- 
cember, 1691. 

Thomas Cushman, born Plymouth, September, 1637, died Plymp- 
ton, 23 August, 1726; married Plymouth, 17 November, 1664, 
to Ruth Howland, died between 1672 and 1679- 

Robert Cushman, born Plymouth, 4 October, 1664, died Kingston, 

Mass., 7 September, 1757; married about 1697 to Persis , 

born about 1670, died Kingston, 14 January, 1743-4. 

Joshua Cushman, born Pljonouth, Mass., 14 October, 1707, died 
Marshfield, Mass., 25 March, 1764; married (2) 5 March, 1752, 
to Deborah Ford, born about 1718, died 1 July, 1789- 

MiAL Cushman, born 23 May, 1753, died New Bedford, Mass., 
27 January, 1817; married Salome Atwood, born about 1759, 
died 18 January, 1822. 

Azariah Cushman, born North Fairhaven, Mass., 19 May, 1800, 
died North Fairhaven, 19 February, 1881; married New Bed- 
ford, November, 1822, to Eliza Valentine, born New Bedford, 
3 August, 1804, died New Bedford, 20 August, 1890. 

Lysander Valentine Cushman, born North Fairhaven, Mass., 
arrived San Francisco, California, by steamer Sierra Nevada, 
in September, 1853; married New Bedford, Mass., 23 October, 
1851, to Hetty Cummings Booth, born Dartmouth, Mass., 8 
September, 1829, died near Newville, California, 11 March, 1896. 

Lysander William Cushman, born near Newville, California; 
married Cambridge, Mass., 18 July, 1900, to Mary Barton 
Reed, born Montpelier, Vt. 



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California No. 48 General No. S020 

JOHN CONANT LYNCH 
Berkeley, California 

William Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, 1566-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, Mass., 17 April, 1627- 

Patience Brewster, probably born Serooby, England, died Ply- 
mouth, Mass., 1634; married Plymouth, 5 August, 1624, to 
Thomas Prence, born about 1601, died Plymouth, 29 March, 
1673. 

Mercy Prence, born Plymouth, Mass., about 1631, died Eastham, 
Mass., 28 September, 1711; married Sandwich, Mass., IS or 14 
February, 1649-50, to John Freeman, born about 1621, died 
Eastham, 28 October, 1719- 

Thomas Freeman, born Eastham, Mass., September, 1653, died 
Harwich, Mass., 9 February, 1715-6; married Eastham, 31 
December, 1673, to Rebecca Sparrow, born Eastham, 30 Octo- 
ber, 1655, died February, 1740. 

Joseph Freeman, born Harwich, Mass., 11 February, 1682-3, died 
March, 1756; married 31 October, 1709, to Lydia Thatcher, 
died 13 October, 1724. 

Thatcher Freeman, born Harwich, Mass., 3 December, 1710; 
married 27 January, 1731-2, to Anna Gray, born 30 November, 
1714. 

Lydia Freeman, born Harwich, Mass., 9 November, 1733, died 
Becket, Mass., 16 January, 1808; married 10 September, 1761, 
to George Conant, 2nd, born Plymouth, 13 January, 1723, 
died Becket, Mass., 3 March, 1792. 

George Conant, 3rd, born Barnstable, Mass., 27 July, 1762, died 
Becket, Mass., 22 February, 1831; married Becket, 19 Septem- 
ber, 1784, to Hannah Walden, born Becket, 7 June, 1764, 
died Avon, Loraine County, Ohio, 7 February, 1843. 

John Conant, born Becket, Mass., 17 February, 1790, died 
Dwight, 111., 4 February, I860; married Blandford, Mass., 27 
November, 1811 (intentions), to Orpha Johnson, born Bland- 
ford, Mass., 27 November, 1791, died Dwight, 111., 4 March, 
1888. 

Mary Almira Conant, born Becket, Mass., 5 April, 1826, died 
Cobden, 111., 11 March, 1865; married Rochester, Ohio, 9 
November, 1850, to John Lynch, born County Tyrone, Ireland, 
1 February, 1825, died Berkeley, California, 14 June, 1900. 

John Conant Lynch, born Ashland, Ohio; married Benicia, Cali- 
fornia, 2 December, 1884, to Mary Atkins Fowler, born 
Randolph, Wis. 

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California No. 49 Connecticut No. 2S2 General No. 2305 

GEORGE OTIS SPENCER* 

Chicago, Illinois 

William Brewster, born (probably) Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, 10 April, 1644; married before 1593, to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Jonathan Brewster, born Scrooby, England, 12 August, 1593, 
died New London, Conn., 7 August, 1659; married Plymouth, 
Mass., 10 April, 1624, to Lucretia Oldham, died New London, 
4 March, 1678-9. 

Grace Brewster, born Duxbury, 1 November, 1639, died New 
London, Conn., 22 April, 1684; married New London, 4 August, 
1659, to Daniel Wetherell, born Maidstone, Kent, England, 
29 November, l6S0, died New London, 14 April, 1719. 

Mary (Wetherell) Harris, born New London, 7 October, 1668, 
died New London, 22 August, 1711 ; married New London, about 
1694, to George Denison, born (probably) Stonington, Conn., 
28 March, 1671, died New London, 22 January, 1720. 

Sarah Denison, born New London, 20 June, 1710. died New 
London, 12 May 1797; married New London, 4 March, 1730-1, 
to William Douglass, born New London, 1 January, 1708, died 
New London, 12 November, 1787. 

Lucy Douglass, born New London, 27 November, 1743, died New 
London, 4 February, 1832 ; married New London, 5 January, 1764, 
to Lieut. Daniel Starr, born New London, 26 December, 1741, 
died New London, 5 June, 1780. 

Daniel Starr, born New London, 22 February, 1765, died New 
London, 17 September, 1833; married New London, 22 Septem- 
ber, 1796, to Hannah Way, born New London, 30 December, 
1777, died New London, 23 May, 1859- 

Caroline Matilda Starr, born New London, 13 June, 1805, died 
New London, 26 October, 1869; married New London, 16 
December, 1824, to Asa Spencer, born 1780, died Philadelphia, 
Pa., 1 February, 1847. 

George Willig Spencer, born Philadelphia, 17 September, 1843, 
removed to San Francisco, California, in 1868, died Berkeley, 
California, 2 April, 1908; married Danvers, Mass., 9 May, 1884, 
to Catherine Esten Briggs, born Boston, Mass. 

George Otis Spencer, born San Francisco, California. 

• Resigned. 

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California No. 50 General No. SOSl 

ISAAC RICHARDSON WILBURt 

San Francisco, California 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624>, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY (daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on 
the Mayflower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 
December, 1687. 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627^ 
died Barnstable, Mass., 13 October, 1683; married about 1643 
to John Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, Mass., 5 
February, 1675. 

Mercy Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 20 January, l658-9> died 
Westerly, R. I., 24 September, 1725; married to George Deni- 
soN, born about 1653, died Westerly, R. I., 27 December, 1711. 

Elizabeth Denison, born Westerly, R. I., 11 September, 1689, 
died Charlestown, R. I., 22 November, 1749; married Westerly, 
R. I., 5 December, 1705, to Christopher Champlin, Jr., born 
Westerly, R. I., 26 September, 1684, died Westerly, 23 October, 
1734. 

CoL. Joseph Champlin, born Westerly, R. I., 4 August, 1709, 
died Westerly, 20 December, 1792; married 8 February, 1753, 
to Mary Noyes, born Stonington, Conn., 14 August, 1725. 

Captain William Champlin, born about 1757. died Quechee, Vt., 
2 March, 1848; married about 1781-2 to Content Brown, born 
about 1758, died 1 July, 1842. 

Content Leeds Champlin, born Groton, Conn., 2 September, 
1790, died Kenosha, Wis., 1 September, 1870; married about 
1805 to Nathaniel Etheridge, born Boston, Mass., about 1773, 
died Sackett's Rarbor, 30 January, 1815. 

Sophia Etheridge, born Sheldon, Vt., 16 March, 1810, died Bris- 
tol, Wis., 15 September, 1839; married New Baltimore, N. Y., 
about 1827, to Allen Russell Wilbur, born Chenango County, 
N. Y., 4 October, 1806, died Milton, 111., 11 July, 1881. 

Isaac Richardson Wilbur, born New Baltimore, N. Y., 28 Octo- 
ber, 1835, sailed from New York to Colon, by steamer Northern 
Light, and from Panama by steamer Sonora, arrived San Fran- 
cisco, California, 28 April, I860, died San Francisco, 20 Decem- 
ber, 1915; married Stockton, California, 23 August, 1865, to 
Emma Louise Visher, born Fulton County, N. Y., 18 March, 
1847, died San Francisco, California, 5 March, 1903; married, 
second, at Marysville, California, 27 June, 1906, to Mary 
Frances (Murch) Burgess. 

t Deceased. 

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California No. 51 General No. 3032 

JAMES RUSSELL LITTLE 
Berkeley, California 

Edward Fuller, died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 

31 March, 1621; married , died Plymouth, after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Samuel Fuller, died Barnstable, Mass., 31 October, 1683; mar- 
ried Scituate, Mass., 8 April, 1635, to Jane Lothrop, baptized 
Edgerton, Kent, England, 29 September, l6l4, died between 
1658 and 1683. 

Samuel Fuller, baptized Scituate, 11 February, 1637-8, died 
Barnstable, Mass., before 29 December, 1692; married Anna 
Fuller, died Barnstable, before 30 December, 1692. 

Matthew Fuller, born Barnstable, about 1663, died Colchester, 
Conn., before 3 February, 1744; married Barnstable, 25 Feb- 
ruary, 1692-3, to Patience Young, born Scituate, Mass., about 
1673, died Colchester, Conn., 25 June, 1746. 

Anna Fuller, born Barnstable, Mass., November, 1693; married 
Barnstable, 17 October, 1717, to Tristram Blush, born Barns- 
table, April, 1694, died Colchester, Conn., 29 July, 1778. 

Joseph Blush, bom Colchester, Conn., 1 December, 1729, died 
Middlefield, Mass., 8 May, 1788; married Colchester, 22 March, 
1753, to Elizabeth Skinner, born Colchester, 22 March, 1733, 
died Middlefield, 3 July, 1822. 

Elizabeth Blush, born Colchester, Conn., 22 May, 1756, died 
Middlefield, Mass., 8 May, 1838; married about 1774 to Bar- 
ziLLAi Little, born about 1750, died Peru, Mass., 31 Decem- 
ber, 1835. 

Russell Little, born Middlefield, Mass., 5 September, 1782, died 
Lenox, Mass., 7 May, 1865; married Middlefield, 2 April, 1804, 
to Sarah Mack, born Middlefield, Mass., 22 September, 1782, 
died Lenox, 25 August, 1850. 

Warren Little, born Lenox, Mass., 15 May, 1818, died Grinnell, 
Iowa, 13 November, 1894; married Lee, Mass., 15 February, 
1841, to Sarah Landers, born Lee, 15 February, 1822, died 
Grinnell, Iowa, 28 November, 1868. 

James Russell Little, born Chatham, N. Y., removed by Union 
Pacific and Central Pacific R. R., to California in September, 
1869; married Nicolaus, Sutter County, California, 5 October, 
1871, to Margaret Alice Orr, born Ashley, Mo., removed, with 
her parents, across the plains by mule and ox-teams, arriving 
(after a trip of four months) in September, 1865. 

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California No. 52 General No. 303S 

MISS KATHLEEN FROSTENA SOULE* 

San Francisco, California 

George Soule, died Duxbury, Mass., before 23 January, 1679-80; 

married Plymouth, Mass., before 1627 to Mary , died 

Duxbury, Mass., December, 1676. 

John Soule, born about 1632, died Duxbury, Mass., 14 Novem- 
ber, 1707; married Rebecca Simmons. 

Moses Soule, born Duxbury, 1632; married about 1701 to Mercy 
SouTHWoRTH, bom Duxbury, died Duxbury. 

Barnabas Soule, born Duxbury, Mass., 1705, died North Yar- 
mouth, Maine, 8 April, 1780; married 1737 to Jane Bradbury, 
born about 1718. 

Moses Soule, born 19 February, 1738; married 24 July, 1760, 
to Nancy Hewes, born about 1736, died 27 September, 1812. 

Charles Soule, born September, 1768; married 16 July, 1796, to 
Anne Kendall, died about 1823. 

Benjamin Franklin Soule, born Stroud's Point, Maine, 17 Jan- 
uary, 1810, came overland tlirough Texas and Arizona, arriving 
San Francisco, California, 29 May, 1849, died San Francisco, 
California, 3 July, 1882; married (2) San Francisco, 1 January, 
1855, to Eunice Soule, born Augusta, Maine, 11 July, 1831, 
died San Francisco, California, 14 December, 1906. 

Kathleen Frostena Soule, born San Francisco, California. 



• Membership terminated under Art. 2, Section 4, of the ConBtitution. 



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California No. 53 General No. 3074 

MAJOR CARVER ROWLAND, U. S. A.t 
San Diego, California 

John Howland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY, daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, all passengers 
on the Mayflower, born about l607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 
December, 1687. 

Jabez Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., died Bristol, R. I., Feb- 
ruary, 1711-12; married to Bethiah Thacher, died 19th, 12th 
mo., 1725. 

Joseph Rowland, born Bristol, R. I., 14 October, 1692, died 
Bristol, R. I., 16 August, 1737; married Bathsheba Gary, born 
14 August, 1693, died l6 August, 1775. 

Joseph Rowland, born Swansea, Mass., 6 December, 1717, died 
Newport, R. I., March, 1775; married about 1746 to Sarah 
Baker, born 25 May, 1725, died Providence, R. I., 12 February, 

1779. 

Benjamin Rowland, born Newport, R. I., about 1768, died Balti- 
more, Md., about 1816; married Providence, R. I., 27 December, 
1794, to Susannah Andrews, born Providence, R. I., 3 April, 
1776, died Providence, 3 July, 1824. 

John Andrews Rowland, born Providence, R. I., 2 September, 
1809, died Providence, 24 October, 1889; married Providence, 
16 February, 1836, to Emily Langley, born Providence, 25 
October, 1813, died Providence, 10 February, 1875. 

Carver Rowland, born Providence, R. I., 10 October, 1850, died 
San Diego, California, 29 December, 1912; married Manila, 
P. I., 17 August, 1899, to Elizabeth Senter Price, born Fort 
Laramie, Wyoming. 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 54 General No. 3088 

SAMUEL BRADFORD DOTEN 

Reno, Nevada 

Edward Doty, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 August, 1655; married 
Plymouth, 6 January, 1634, to Faith Clark, buried Marshfield, 
Mass., 21 December, 1675. 

John Doty, born about 1639-40, died Plymouth, Mass., 8 May, 
1701; married (1) about 1667 to Elizabeth Cooke, born 18 
January, 1648-9, died 21 November, 1692. 

Samuel Doty, born Plymouth, Mass., 31 January, 1682, died 
probably Plymouth, about 1740; married Plymouth, 10 April, 
1727, to Mercy Cobb, born Plymouth, about 1705. 

Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 August, 1729; married 
Plymouth, 28 June, 1753, to Mary Cook. 

Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 July, 1758, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 2 November, 1847; married Plymouth, 8 June, 
1781, (1) to Eunice Robbins, born Plymouth, 25 January, 
1761, died North Yarmouth, 4 January, 1807. 

Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 June, 1783, died 
Plymouth, 8 September, 1862; married Plymouth, 29 June, 1807, 
to Rebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died 
Plymouth, 14 February, 1870. 

Alfred Doten, born Plj'^mouth, Mass., 21 July, 1829^ sailed from 
Plymouth on bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Horn, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, 
died Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married Lake Tahoe, 
California, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stod- 
dard, born Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Reno, Nevada, 
12 March, 1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold Hill, Storey County, Nevada; 
married Reno, Nevada, 16 June, 1915, to Laura Katherine 

SCHWEISS. 



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California No. 54. General No. 3088 

SAMUEL BRADFORD DOTEN 
Reno, Nevada 

William Bradford, born Austerfield, England, 19 March, 1589, 
died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, Mass., 
14 August, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born 
about 1590, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

Major William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, 
died Plymouth, 20 February, 1703-4; married (3) to Mary 
(Wood) Holmes. 

David Bradford, died Kingston, Mass., 16 March, 1729-30; mar- 
ried 23 February, 1714, to Elizabeth Finney, baptized 1695, 
died 30 June, 1730. 

Nathaniel Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 10 December, 1715, 
died Plymouth, 27 March, 1757; married Plymouth, 24 Novem- 
ber, 1746, to Sarah Spooner, born Plymouth, 31 January, 1727, 
died 1 January, 1782. 

Nathaniel Bradford, born Kingston, Mass., 26 July, 1748, died 
24 November, 1837; married about 1774 to Rebecca Holmes, 
born Plymouth, Mass., about 1753, died 15 January, 1838. 

Rebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died Ply- 
mouth, 15 December, 1869; married Plymouth, 29 July, 1807, 
to Captain Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 
June, 1783, died Plymouth, 8 September, 1862. 

Alfred Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 21 July, 1829, sailed from 
Plymouth on bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Horn, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, 
died Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married Lake Tahoe, 
California, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stod- 
dard, born Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Reno, Nevada, 
12 March, 1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold Hill, Storey County, Nevada ; 
married Reno, Nevada, 16 June, 1915, to Laura Katherine 
Schweiss. 



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California No. 54 General No. 3088 

SAMUEL BRADFORD DOTEN 
Reno, Nevada 

John Billington, died Plymouth, Mass., about 1630; married 
before l605, to Eleanor , died after 2 March, 1643. 

Frances Billington, born about 1606, passenger on the May- 
flower, died Middleboro, Mass., 3 December, 1684; married 
Plymouth, July, 1634, to Christian (Penn) Eaton, died Mid- 
dleboro, Mass., about 1684. 

Martha Billington, died Middleboro, Mass., after 1684; married 
Plymouth, 10 January, I66O-I, to Samuel Eaton, born 1620, 
died Middleboro, about 1684. 

Mercy Eaton, married Plymouth, 7 January, 1685-6, to Samuel 
Fuller, born about 1658, died Plympton, Mass., 6 September, 
1728. 

Ebenezer Fuller, born Plymouth, 24 March, 1695, died Kingston, 
Mass., 2 May, 1759; married Kingston, 21 June, 1721, to 
Joanna Gray, born Plymouth, 29 January, 1695-6, died Kings- 
ton, 25 September, 1776. 

Eunice Fuller, born Kingston, Mass., 5 May, 1736, died Ply- 
mouth, 4 June, 1781; married Kingston, 28 July, 1760, to 
Ebenezer Bobbins. 

Eunice Bobbins, born Plymouth, 25 January, 1761, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 4 January, 1807; married Plymouth, 8 June, 
1781, to Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, 15 July, 1758, died 
North Yarmouth, 2 November, 1847. 

Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 June, 1783, died 
Plymouth, 8 September, 1862; married Plymouth, 29 June, 1807, 
to Bebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died 
Plymouth, 14 February, 1870. 

Alfred Doten, born Plymouth_j Mass., 21 July, 1829, sailed from 
Plymouth on bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Horn, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, 
died Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married Lake Tahoe, 
California, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stod- 
dard, born Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Beno, Nevada, 
12 March, 1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold HiU, Storey County, Nevada ; 
married Beno, Nevada, I6 June, 1915, to Laura Katherine 
Schweiss. 



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SAMUEL BRADFORD DOTEN 
Reno, Nevada 

James Chilton, died on the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, 8 

December, 1620; married , died Plymouth, Mass., after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Mary Chilton, died Boston, Mass., before May, 1679; married 
Plymouth, between July, 1623, and 22 May, 1627, to John 
WiNSLOw, baptized Droitwich, England, 18 April, 1597, died 
Boston, Mass., between 12 March and 21 May, 1674. 

Mary Winslow, born Plymouth, Mass., about 1630, died before 
12 December, 1665; married Plymouth, 16 January, 1650-1, to 
Edward Gray, born about 1629, died Plymouth, June, 1681. 

John Gray, born Ph'mouth, 1 October, l66l, died Kingston, Mass., 
29 May, 1732; married Plymouth, 9 December, 1686, to Joanna 
Morton. 

Joanna Gray, born Plymouth, 29 January, 1695-6, died Kingston, 
Mass., 25 September, 1776; married Kingston, 21 June, 1721, 
to Ebenezer Fuller, born Plymouth, 24 March, 1695, died 
Kingston, 2 May, 1759- 

Eunice Fuller, born Kingston, Mass., 5 May, 1736, died Ply- 
mouth, 4 June, 1781; married Kingston, 28 July, 1760, to 
Ebenezer Robbins. 

Eunice Robbins, born Plymouth, 25 January, 1761, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 4 January, 1807; married Plymouth, 8 June, 
1781, to Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, 15 July, 1758, died 
North Yarmouth, 2 November, 1847. 

Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 June, 1783, died 
Plymouth, 8 September, 1862; married Plymouth, 29 June, 1807, 
to Rebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died 
Plymouth, 14 February, 1870. 

Alfred Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 21 July, 1829, sailed from 
Plymouth on bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Horn, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, 
died Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married Lake Tahoe, 
California, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stod- 
dard, born Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Reno, Nevada, 
12 March, 1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold Hill, Storey County, Nevada; 
married Reno, Nevada, 16 June, 1915, to Laura Katherine 

SCHWEISS. 

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California No. 54 General No. 3088 

SAMUEL BRADFORD DOTEN 
Reno, Nevada 

Francis Cooke, died Plymouth, Mass., 7 April, 1663; married 
Leyden, Holland, 1603, to Hester Mahieu, died before 18 
December, 1675. 

Jacob Cooke, born Holland, about I6l8, died Plymouth, Mass., 
between 11 and 18 December, 1675; married Plymouth, Mass., 
after 10 June, 1646, to Damaris Hopkins, died Plymouth, before 
18 November, 1669- 

Elizabeth Cooke, born Plymouth, Mass., 18 January, 1647-8, 
died Plymouth, 21 November, 1692; married about 1667, to 
John Doty, born about 1640, died Plymouth, 8 May, 1701. 

Samuel Doty, born Plymouth, Mass., 31 January, 1682, died 
probably Plymouth, about 1740; married Plymouth, 10 April, 
1727, to Mercy Cobb, born Plymouth, about 1705. 

Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 August, 1729; married 
Plymouth, 28 June, 1753, to Mary Cook. 

Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 July, 1758, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 2 November, 1847; married Plymouth, 8 June, 
1781, (1) to Eunice Robbins, born Plymouth, 25 January, 
1761, died North Yarmouth, 4 January, 1807. 

Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 June, 1783, died 
Plymouth, 8 September, 1862; married Plymouth, 29 June, 1807, 
to Rebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died 
Plymouth, 14 February, 1870. 

Alfred Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 21 July, 1829> sailed from 
Plymouth on bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Horn, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, 
died Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married Lake Tahoe, 
California, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stod- 
dard, born Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Reno, Nevada, 
12 March, 1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold HiU, Storey County, Nevada; 
married Reno, Nevada, 16 June, 1915, to Laura Katherine 

SCHWEISS. 



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California No. 54 General No. 3088 

SAMUEL BRADFORD DOTEN 
Reno, Nevada 

Francis Eaton, died Plymouth, Mass., about 1634; married (1) 
Sarah , probably died Plymouth, about 1621. 

Samuel Eaton, passenger on the Mayflower, died Middleboro, 
Mass., about 1684; married (2) Plymouth, 10 January, 1660-1, 
to Martha Billington, died Middleboro, after 1684. 

Mercy Eaton, married Plymouth, 7 January, 1685-6, to Samuel 
Fuller, born about 1658, died Plympton, Mass., 6 September, 
1728. 

Ebenezer Fuller, born Plymouth, 24 March, 1695, died Kingston, 
Mass., 2 May, 1759; married Kingston, 21 June, 1721, to 
Joanna Gray, born Plymouth, 29 January, 1695-6, died Kings- 
ton, 25 September, 1776. 

Eunice Fuller, born Kingston, Mass., 5 May, 1736, died Ply- 
mouth, 4 June, 1781; married Kingston, 28 July, 1760, to 
Ebenezer Robbins. 

Eunice Bobbins, born Plymouth, 25 January, 1761, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 4 January, 1807; married Plymouth, 8 June, 
1781, to Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, 15 July, 1758, died 
North Yarmouth, 2 November, 1847. 

Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 June, 1783, died 
Plymouth, 8 September, 1862; married Plymouth, 29 June, 1807, 
to Rebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died 
Plymouth, 14 February, 1870. 

Alfred Doten, born Plymouth^ Mass., 21 July, 1829, sailed from 
Plymouth on bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Horn, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, 
died Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married Lake Tahoe, 
California, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stod- 
dard, born Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Reno, Nevada, 
12 March, 1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold Hill, Storey County, Nevada; 
married Reno, Nevada, 16 June, 1915, to Laura Katherine 
Schweiss. 



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California No. 54 General No. 3088 

SAMUEL BRADFORD DOTEN 
Reno, Nevada 

Samuel Fuller, baptized in England, 29 January, 1580, died 
Plymouth, Mass., about 1633; married Holland, 27 May, I6l7, 
to Bridget Lee, passenger on ship Ann, arrived Plymouth, 1623. 

The Rev. Samuel Fuller, born Plymouth, about 1625, died Mid- 
dleboro, 17 August, 1695; married Middleboro, Mass., to Eliza- 
beth Brewster, died Plympton, Mass., 11 November, 1713. 

Samuel Fuller, born about 1658, died Plympton, Mass., 6 Sep- 
tember, 1728; married Plymouth, 7 January, 1685-6, to Mercy 
Eaton. 

Ebenezer Fuller, born Plymouth, 24 March, 1695, died Kingston, 
Mass., 2 May, 1759; married Kingston^ 21 June, 1721, to 
Joanna Gray, born Plymouth, 29 January^ 1695-6, died Kings- 
ton, 25 September, 1776. 

Eunice Fuller, born Kingston, Mass., 5 May, 1736, died Ply- 
mouth, 4 June, 1781; married Kingston, 28 July, 1760, to 
Ebenezer Robbins. 

Eunice Robbins, born Plymouth, 25 January, 1761, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 4 January, 1807; married Plymouth, 8 June, 
1781, to Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, 15 July, 1758, died 
North Yarmouth, 2 November, 1847. 

Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 June, 1783, died 
Plymouth, 8 September, 1862; married, Plymouth, 29 June, 1807, 
to Rebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died 
Plymouth, 14 February, 1870. 

Alfred Doten, born Plymouth_j Mass., 21 July, 1829, sailed from 
Plymouth on bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Horn, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, 
died Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married Lake Tahoe, 
California, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stod- 
dard, born Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Reno, Nevada, 
12 March, 1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold Hill, Storey County, Nevada; 
married Reno, Nevada, 16 June, 1915, to Laura Katherine 

ScHWEISS. 



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California No. 54 General No. 3088 

SAMUEL BRADFORD DOTEN 
Reno, Nevada 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 
July, 1644; married (2) to Elizabeth . 

Damaris Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., before 18 November, 
1669; married Plymouth, after 10 June, 1646, to Jacob Cooke, 
born Holland, about l6l8, died Plymouth, between 11 and 18 
December, 1675. 

Elizabeth Cooke, born Plymouth, 18 January, 1647-8, died Ply- 
mouth, 21 November, 1692; married about 1667 to John Doty, 
born about 1640, died Plymouth, 8 May, 1701. 

Samuel Doty, born Plymouth, Mass., 31 January, 1682, died 
probably Plymouth, about 1740; married Plymouth, 10 April, 
1727, to Mercy Cobb, born Plymouth, about 1705. 

Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 August, 1729; married 
Plymouth, 28 June, 1753, to Mary Cook. 

Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 July, 1758, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 2 November, 1847; married Plymouth, 8 June, 
1781, (1) to Eunice Robbins, born Plymouth, 25 January, 
1761, died North Yarmouth, 4 January, 1807. 

Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 June, 1783, died 
Plymouth, 8 September, 1862; married Plymouth, 29 June, 1807, 
to Rebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died 
Plymouth, 14 February, 1870. 

Alfred Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 21 July, 1829, sailed from 
Plymouth on bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Horn, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, 
died Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married Lake Tahoe, 
California, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stod- 
dard, born Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Reno, Nevada, 
12 March, 1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold Hill, Storey County, Nevada ; 
married Reno, Nevada, l6 June, 1915, to Laura Kathehink 
Schweiss. 



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California No. 54 General No. 3088 

SAMUEL BRADFORD DOTEN 
Reno, Nevada 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY, daughter of John and Elizabeth Tilley (all passen- 
gers on the Mayflower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 
21 December, 1687. 

Hope Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., about 1629, died Barns- 
table, Mass., 8 January, 1683; married John Chipman, probably 
born Brinspittell, England, about 1621, died Sandwich, Mass., 
7 April, 1708. 

Ruth Chipman, born Barnstable, Mass., 31 December, 1663, died 
Barnstable, 8 April, 1698; married Barnstable, 7 April, 1682, 
to Eleazer Crocker, born Barnstable, 21 July, 1650, died 
Barnstable, about 1723. 

Rebecca Crocker, born Barnstable, Mass., 10 December, 1697, 
died between 7 March, 1740, and 2 April, 1744; married Barns- 
table, 22 October, 1718, to Jeduthan Robbins, born Plymouth, 
23 April, 1694, died Plympton, Mass., 15 December, 1740. 

Ebenezer Robbins, married Kingston, Mass., 28 July, 1760, to 
Eunice Fuller, born Kingston, 5 May, 1736, died Plymouth, 
4 June, 1781. 

Eunice Robbins, born Plymouth, 25 January, 1761, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 4 January, 1807; married Plymouth, 8 June, 
1781, to Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, 15 July, 1758, died 
North Yarmouth, 2 November, 1847. 

Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 June, 1783, died 
Plymouth, 8 September, 1862; married, Plymouth, 29 June, 1807, 
to Rebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died 
Plymouth, 14 February, 1870. 

Alfred Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 21 July, 1829, sailed from 
Plymouth on Bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Rom, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, died 
Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married, Lake Tahoe, Cali- 
fornia, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stoddard, born 
Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Reno, Nevada, 12 March, 
1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold Rill, Storey County, Nevada; 
married Reno, Nevada, 16 June, 1915, to Laura Katherine 
Schweiss. 

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California No. 54 General No. 3088 

SAMUEL BRADFORD DOTEN 
Reno, Nevada 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 
l6ll to Elizabeth , died Plymouth, 2 October, 1678. 

Mary Warren, born in England, before 1612, died Plymouth, 
27 March, 1683; married to Robert Bartlett, died Plymouth, 
between 19 September and 29 October, 1676. 

Joseph Bartlett, born Plymouth, about 1639, died Plymouth, 
18 February, 1711-2; married to Hannah Pope, born Plymouth, 
about 1639, died Plymouth, 12 March, 1710-11. 

Hannah Bartlett, died after 1712; married to Joseph Sylves- 
ter, born Scituate, Mass., about 1664, died after 1712. 

Hannah Sylvester, born Plymouth, 15 March, 1692, died Ply- 
mouth, 7 April, 1758; married about 1711 to Eleazer Holmes, 
born Plymouth, about 1688, died Plymouth, 21 August, 1754. 

Ichabod Holmes, born Plymouth, 17 February, 1725-6, died Ply- 
mouth, 10 April, 1817; married Plymouth, 25 October, 1747, to 
Rebecca Ellis, born about 1728, died Plymouth, 25 July, 1803. 

Rebecca Holmes, born Plymouth, about 1753, died Plymouth, 15 
June, 1838; married about 1774 to Nathaniel Bradford, born 
Plymouth, 25 July, 1748, died Plymouth, 24 November, 1837. 

Rebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died Ply- 
mouth, 15 February, 1870; married Plymouth, 29 June, 1807, 
to Captain Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 
June, 1783, died Plymouth, 8 September, 1862. 

Alfred Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 21 July, 1829, sailed from 
Plymouth on Bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Horn, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, died 
Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married. Lake Tahoe, Cali- 
fornia, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stoddard, born 
Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Reno, Nevada, 12 March, 
1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold Hill, Storey County, Nevada ; 
married Reno, Nevada, 16 June, 1915, to Laura Katherine 
Schweiss. 



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California No. 55 General No. 314-8 

EMMA FRANCES (ORR) ALLEN 

MRS. WOODSON ALLEN 

Berkeley, California 

William Brewster, born (probably) Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, 10 April, 1644; married before 1593, to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Jonathan Brewster, born Scrooby, England, 12 August, 1593, 
died New London, Conn., 7 August, 1659; married Plymouth, 
Mass., 10 April, 1624, to Lucretia Oldham, died New London, 
4 March, 1678-9. 

Grace Brewster, born Duxbury, 1 November, 1639, died New 
London, Conn., 22 April, 1684; married New London, 4 August. 
1659, to Daniel Wetherell, born Maidstone, Kent, England. 
29 November, 1630, died New London, 14 April, 1719. 

Mary (Wetherell) Harris, born New London, 7 October, I668, 
died New London, 22 August, 1711 ; married New London, about 
1694, to George Denison, born (probably) Stonington, Conn., 
28 March, 1671, died New London, 22 January, 1720. 

BoRADEL Denison, born New London, Conn., 14 May, 1701 ; mar- 
ried New London, 6 April, 1721, to Jonathan Latimer. 

Henry Latimer, born New London, Conn., 28 February, 1736-7, 
died 18 February, 1825; married New London, 11 August, 1765, 
to Sarah Christophers, born 9 April, 1745, died 13 December, 
1803. 

Jerusha Latimer, born New London, 23 July, 1786, died Nor- 
wich, N. Y., 18 August, 1885; married 25 December, 1816, to 
Henry Bradford Latham, born Stonington, Conn., 4 June, 
1790, died Guilford, N. Y., 22 June, 1853. 

Ellen Holdridge Latham, born Guilford, N. Y., 14 May, 1829, 
died Topeka, Kas., 9 November, 1907; married Norwich, N. Y., 
25 February, 1858, to Samuel Orr, born Tyrone County, Ire- 
land, 14 August, 1832, died Junction City, Kas., 4 October, 19OO. 

Emma Frances Orr, born Junction City, Kas.; married Junction 
City, Kas., 24 November, 1884, to Woodson Allen, M. D., born 
Greene County, Kentucky. 



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California No. 56 General No. 3177 

MISS GOODWIN STODDARD DOTENt 
Reno, Nevada 

Edward Doty^ died Plymouth, Mass., 23 August, 1655; married 
Plymouth, 6 January, 1634, to Faith Clark, buried Marshfield^ 
Mass., 21 December, 1675. 

John Doty, born about 1639-40, died Plymouth, Mass., 8 May, 
1701; married (1) about 1667 to Elizabeth Cooke, born 18 
January, 1648-9, died 21 November, 1692. 

Samuel Doty, born Plymouth, Mass., 31 January, 1682, died 
probably Plymouth, about 1740; married Plymouth, 10 April, 
1727, to Mercy Cobb, born Plymouth, about 1705. 

Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 August, 1729; married 
Plymouth, 28 June, 1753, to Mary Cook. 

Samuel Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 July, 1758, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 2 November, 1847; married Plymouth, 8 June, 
1781, (1) to Eunice Robbins, born Plymouth, 25 January, 
1761, died North Yarmouth, 4 January, 1807. 

Samuel Doten, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 11 June, 1783, died 
Plymouth, 8 September, 1862; married Plymouth, 29 June, 1807, 
to Rebecca Bradford, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1788, died 
Plymouth, 14 February, 1870. 

Alfred Doten, born Plymouth, Mass., 21 July, 1829, sailed from 
Plymouth on bark Yeoman, 18 March, 1849, via Cape Horn, 
arrived San Francisco, 2 October, 1849, a pioneer of Nevada, 
died Carson, Nevada, 12 November, 1903; married Lake Tahoe, 
California, 24 July, 1872, to Mary Elizabeth Calista Stod- 
dard, born Westville, Conn., 25 March, 1844, died Reno, Nevada, 
12 March, 1914. 

Samuel Bradford Doten, born Gold Hill, Storey County, Nevada ; 
married Reno, Nevada, 16 June, 1915, to Laura Katherine 
Schweiss. 

Goodwin Stoddard Doten, born Gold Hill, Nev., 5 December, 
1880, died Reno, Nev., 25 March, 1911. 



t Deceased. 

Note. — Samuel Bradford* Doten and Miss Goodwin Stoddard' Doten. above, 
were brother and sister, children of Alfred' Doten. The paragraph giving the 
record of Samuel Bradford Doten was printed on this page, In error. 



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California No. 57 General No. 3186 

HARRIET BORADEL (ORR) LATIMER 

MRS. JAMES WILLIAM LATIMER 

Portland, Oregon 

William Brewster^ born (probably) Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, 10 April, 1644; married before 1593, to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Jonathan Brewster, born Scrooby, England, 12 August, 1593, 
died New London, Conn., 7 August, 1659; married Plymouth, 
Mass., 10 April, 1624, to Lucretia Oldham, died New London, 
4 March, 1678-9. 

Grace Brewster, born Duxbury, 1 November, 1639, died New 
London, Conn., 22 April, 1684; married New London, 4 August, 
1659, to Daniel Wetherell, born Maidstone, Kent, England, 
29 November, 1630, died New London, 14 April, 1719. 

Mary (Wetherell) Harris, born New London, 7 October, I668, 
died New London, 22 August, 1711 ; married New London, about 
1694, to George Denison, born (probably) Stonington, Conn., 
28 March, 1671, died New London, 22 January, 1720. 

Boradel Denison, born New London, Conn., 14 May, 1701 ; mar- 
ried New London, 6 April, 1721, to Jonathan Latimer. 

Henry Latimer, born New London, Conn., 28 February, 1736-7, 
died 18 February, 1825; married New London, 11 August, 1765, 
to Sarah Christophers, born 9 April, 1745, died 13 December, 
1803. 

Jerusha Latimer, born New London, 23 July, 1786, died Nor- 
wich, N. Y., 18 August, 1885; married 25 December, 1816, to 
Henry Bradford Latham, born Stonington, Conn., 4 June, 
1790, died Guilford, N. Y., 22 June, 1853. 

Ellen Holdridge Latham, born Guilford, N. Y., 14 May, 1829, 
died Topeka, Kas., 9 November, 1907; married Norwich, N. Y., 
25 February, 1858, to Samuel Orr, born Tyrone County, Ire- 
land, 14 August, 1832, died Junction City, Kas., 4 October, 19OO. 

Harriet Boradel Orr, born Junction City, Kas. ; married Junction 
City, Kas., 13 September, 1887, to James William Latimer, 
born Penn Yan, N. Y. 



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California No. 58 General No. SI 87 

ESTELLE SOPHIA (RAWSON) FENNIMORE 

MRS. WATSON DANA FENNIMORE 

San Francisco, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624, to Priscilla 
MuLLiNs (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers 
on the Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Ruth Alden, died Braintree, Mass., 12 October, 1674; married 
(probably) Duxbury, 3 February, 1657, to John Bass, born 
about 1632, died Braintree, 12 September, 1716. 

John Bass, born Braintree, Mass., 20 November, 1658, died Brain- 
tree, 30 September, 1724; married Braintree, to Abigail Adams, 
born Braintree, 27 February, 1658, died Braintree, 26 October, 
1696. 

John Bass, born Braintree, 8 June, 1688; married Braintree, 21 
June, 1716, to Hannah Neale, born Braintree, 15 March, 
1691-2, died Braintree, 15 May, 1761. 

Hannah Bass, born Braintree, 12 March, 1732; married Brain- 
tree, 28 August, 1750, to JosiAH Rawson, born Braintree, 31 
January, 1727, died Warwick, Mass., 24 February, 1812. 

Lemuel Rawson, born 18 January, 1767, died Fremont, Ohio, 2 
December, 1851; married Warwick, Mass., 8 September, 1791, 
to Sarah Barrus, of Richmond, N. H., born 18 October, 1770, 
died 2 September, 1844. 

La Quinio Rawson, born Evening Grant, Franklin County, Mass., 
14 September, 1804, died Fremont, Ohio, 15 September, 1888; 
married Maumee City, Ohio, 8 July, 1829, to Sophia Beau- 
grand, born Detroit, Mich., 1811, died Fremont, Ohio, 20 May, 
1882. 

Milton Edmond Rawson, born Fremont, Ohio, 2 January, 1831, 
died Fremont, 17 December, 1880; married Fremont, 14 Sep- 
tember, 1858, to Julia Kridler, born Fremont, 31 May, 1835, 
died San Francisco, California, 2 May, I916. 

Estelle Sophia Rawson, born Fremont, Ohio; married Cleveland, 
Ohio, 7 December, 1882, to Watson Dana Fennimore^ bom 
Fremont, Ohio. 



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California No. 59 General No. SI 88 

LYSANDER VALENTINE CUSHMAN 
Oakland, California 

Isaac Allerton, born about 1586, died New Haven, Conn., be- 
tween 1 and 12 February, 1658-9; married Leyden, Holland, 
4 November, l6ll, to Mary Norris, died Plymouth, 25 Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary Allerton, born Leyden, Holland, died Plymouth, Mass., 
28 November, 1699; married Plymouth, about 1636, to Thomas 
Cushman, born February, 1608, died Plymouth, 10 or 11 De- 
cember, 1691- 

Thomas Cushman, born Plymouth, September, l6S7, died Plymp- 
ton, 23 August, 1726; married Plymouth, 17 November, 1664, 
to Ruth Howland, died between 1672 and 1679- 

Robert Cushman, born Plymouth, 4 October, 1664, died Kingston, 

Mass., 7 September, 1757; married about 1697 to Persis , 

born about 1670, died Kingston, 14 January, 1743-4. 

Joshua Cushman, born Plymouth, Mass., 14 October, 1707, died 
Marshfield, Mass., 25 March, 1764; married (2) 5 March, 1752, 
to Deborah Ford, born about 1718, died 1 July, 1789- 

MiAL Cushman, born 23 May, 1753, died New Bedford, Mass., 
27 January, 1817; married Salome Atwood, born about 1759, 
died 18 January, 1822. 

Azariah Cushman, born North Fairhaven, Mass., 19 May, 1800, 
died North Fairhaven, 19 February, 1881; married New Bed- 
ford, November, 1822, to Eliza Valentine, born New Bedford, 
3 August, 1804, died New Bedford, 20 August, 1890. 

Lysander Valentine Cushman, born New Fairhaven, Mass., pas- 
senger by steamer Sierra Nevada, arrived San Francisco, Cali- 
fornia, September, 1853; married, first. New Bedford, Mass., 23 
October, 1851, to Hetty Cummings Booth, born Dartmouth, 
Mass., 8 September, 1829, died on farm near Newville, Cali- 
fornia, 11 March, 1896; married, second, Oakland, California, 
to Adelia Adaline Burson Fairchild, born Bath, 111. 



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California No. 60 General No. 3206 

FREDERICK LEONARD BROWN 
Pasadena, California 

William Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, 1566-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, Mass., 17 April, 1627. 

Patience Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, died Ply- 
mouth, Mass., 1634; married Plymouth, 5 August, 1624, to 
Thomas Prence, born about l601, died Plymouth, 29 March, 
1673. 

Mercy Prence, born Plymouth, Mass., about 1631, died Eastham, 
Mass., 28 September, 1711; married Sandwich, Mass., 13 or 14 
February, 1649-50, to John Freeman, born about 1621, died 
Eastham, 28 October, 1719- 

John Freeman, born Eastham, Mass., December, 1651, died Har- 
wich, Mass., 27 July, 1721; married Eastham, 18 December, 
1672, to Sarah Merrick, born 1 August, 1654, died Eastham, 
21 April, 1696. 

John Freeman, born Eastham, Mass., July, 1678; married about 
1701 to Mercy Watson. 

Thankful Freeman, born Harwich, Mass., 6 October, 1714; mar- 
ried Rochester, Mass., 25 September, 1732, to Barnabas Sears, 
born Yarmouth, Mass., 5 April, 1714, died Brookfield, Mass., 
about 1741. 

Stephen Sears, born about 1736, died North Dennis, Mass., 24 
May, 1815; married Yarmouth, Mass., 24 November, 1757, to 
Lydia Sears, born Harwich, 17 April, 1734, died North Dennis, 
8 March, 1792. 

Priscilla Sears, born Yarmouth, Mass., 13 August, 1768, died 
New Sharon, Maine, 10 November, 1855; married Yarmouth, 10 
December, 1789, to James Howes, born Yarmouth, 5 November, 
1764, died New Sharon, Maine, 11 September, 1846. 

Lydia Howes, born New Sharon, Maine, 31 December, 1793, died 
Oldtown, Maine, 19 October, 1857; married Orono, Maine, 30 
March, 1815, to Oliver Gould, born Tyngsborough, Mass., 3 
June, 1791, died Oldtown, Maine, 2 February, 1851. 

Permelia Ann Gould, born Dutton, Maine, 20 July, 1833, died 
La Jolla, California, 15 September, 1909; married Oconto, Wis., 
28 February, 1861, to Augusta Carmi Brown, born Fort Ann, 
N. Y., 10 February, 1833, died Marietta, Wis., 1 June, 1890. 

Frederick Leonard Brown, born Marietta, Wis.; married Beth- 
ayres, Penn., 14 October, 1890, to Marian Maud Walton, born 
Huntington Valley, Penn. 

Note. — For the family record of Frederick Leonard" Brown, above, see 
Appendix, page 189. 

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California No. 6l General No. 8240 

FESTUS CUSHMAN LEWIS 
Fowler, California 

Isaac Allerton, born about 1586, died New Haven, Conn., be- 
tween 1 and 12 February, 1658-9; married Leyden, Holland, 
4 November, l6ll, to Mary Norris, died Plymouth, 25 Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary Allerton, born Leyden, Holland, died Plymouth, Mass., 
28 November, 1699; married Plymouth, about 1636, to Thomas 
Cushman, born February, 1608, died Plymouth, 10 or 11 De- 
cember, 1691. 

Eleazer Cushman, born Plymouth, Mass., 20 February, 1656-7; 
married Plymouth, 12 January, 1687-8, to Elizabeth Coombs. 

John Cushman, born Plymouth, 13 August, 1690; married 19 
January, 1715, to Joanna Pratt. 

Charles Cushman, born Plymouth, died Rutland, Vt., September, 
1791 ; married to Mary Harvey, died Georgia, Vt., January, 
1810. 

Isaac Cushman, died Rutland, Vt., May or June, 1783; married 
to Lois , died after May, 1783. 

Ethiel Cushman, born Rutland, Vt., 16 March, 1771, died Jack- 
son County, Mich., 27 February, 1852; married 31 March, 1791, 
to Anna Fenton, born 12 April, 1772, died 17 September, 1848. 

Joseph Fenton Cushman, born Rutland, Vt., 28 January, 1796, 
died Albion, Mich., 14 October, 1868; married Rutland County, 
Vt., 26 June, 1817, to Rebecca Greene, born Ashburnham, 
Mass., 15 June, 1795, died Arlington, Mich., 2 June, 1865. 

Martha E. Cushman, born Covington, N. Y., 20 December, 1837, 
removed to California, by rail, arrived 20 May, 1875, died San 
Francisco, California, 19 February, 1883; married Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 24 September, 1859, to Festus Cone Lewis, born near 
Batavia, Genesee County, N. Y., 12 August, 1829, died San 
Francisco, 21 April, 1884. 

Festus Cushman Lewis, born Ann Arbor, Mich. ; married Oakland, 
California, 21 December, 1886, to Alice Louise Thompson, born 
Ann Arbor, Mich., removed to California, January, 1883-4. 



Note. — For the will of Isaac* Cushman, above, see Appendix, pages 195-97. 



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California No. 62 General No. 324-1 

MISS REBECCA SOPHIA MAYO* 
Santa Rosa, California 

William Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, 1566-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, Mass., 17 April, 1627. 

Patience Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, died Ply- 
mouth, Mass., 1634; married Plymouth, 5 August, 1624, to 
Thomas Prence, born about 1601, died Plymouth, 29 March, 
1673. 

Mercy Prence, born Plymouth, Mass., about 1631, died Eastham, 
Mass., 28 September, 1711; married Sandwich, Mass., 13 or 14 
February, 1649-50, to John Freeman, born about 1621, died 
Eastham, 28 October, 1719- 

Bennett Freeman, born Eastham, Mass., 7 March, 1670-1, died 
Eastham, 13 May, 1716; married Eastham, 14 March, 1689, to 
John Paine, born Eastham, 14 March, 1660-1, died Eastham, 
18 October, 1731. 

Mary Paine, born Eastham, Mass., 28 January, 1692-3, died 1770; 
married Eastham, 9 October, 1712, to Samuel Freeman, born 
Eastham, 1 September, 1688, died Eastham, 30 May, 1751. 

Barnabas Freeman, born Eastham, 23 February, 1736-7, died 
Eastham, 17 January, 1781; married Eastham, 3 November, 
1763, to Bethiah Knowles. 

Abigail Freeman, born Eastham, about 1771, died Eastham, 16 
February, 1816; married Eastham, 23 October, 1796, to Thomas 
Cobb. 

Elisha Cobb, born Eastham, 15 September, 1803, died Eastham, 
9 November, 1883; married Orleans, Mass., November, 1828, (2) 
to Sophia Kenrick, born Orleans, 29 October, 1805, died East- 
ham, 23 October, 1833. 

Thankful Sophia Cobb, born Eastham, 11 March, 1830; married 
Orleans, Mass., 26 November, 1853, to Elisha Frank Mayo, 
born Orleans, 20 November, 1829, died Orleans, 23 August, 1859- 

Rebecca Sophia Mayo, born Orleans, Mass. 

* Resigned. 



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California No. 63 General No. S283 

THEODORE GRAY 
Berkeley, California 

William Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, 1656-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1658-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Love Brewster, died Duxbury, Mass., before 31 January, 1650-1; 
married Plymouth, 15 May, 1634, to Sarah Collier, born about 
161 6, died Plymouth, 26 April, 1691. 

William Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., 1645-6, died Duxbury, 
Mass., 3 November, 1723; married Duxbury, 2 January, 1672, to 
Lydia Partridge, died Duxbury, 2 February, 1742-3. 

William Brewster, born Duxbury, 4 May, 1683, died Lebanon, 
Conn., 26 December, 1768; married Duxbury, Mass., 20 May, 
1708, to Hopestill Wadsworth, born about 1690, died Lebanon, 
Conn., 25 March, 1775. 

Elisha Brewster, born Duxbury, 29 October, 1715, died Middle- 
town, Conn., 26 March, 1789; married Middletown, Conn., 30 
September, 1742, to Lucy Yeomans, born Middletown, baptized 
15 September, 1722, died Middletown, 15 August, 1775. 

Sarah Brewster, born Middletown, Conn., 20 November, 1754, 
died Middletown, 5 July, 1827; married Middletown, 4 October, 
1773, to Oliver Wetmore, born Middletown, baptized 24 May, 
1752, died Middletown, 1 December, 1798. 

Chauncey Wetmore, born Middletown, Conn., 5 June, 1790, died 
Middletown, 25 May, 1872; married MiddletoM'n, 9 October, 
1817, to Rebecca Hubbard, born Middletown, 1 December, 1795, 
died Middletown, 13 September, 1885, 

Lucy Wetmore, born Middletown, Conn., 24 December, 1820, died 
Benicia, California, 2 July, 1879; married Middletown, Conn., 
14 December, 1847, to Samuel Cotton Gray, born Boston, 
Mass., 11 October, 1816, removed to Baltimore in 1833, passen- 
ger (with his wife) from New York, 15 March, 1849, by steamer 
Crescent City to Chagres River, by steamer Orus to Gorgona, 
and by mustangs to Panama, thence, 17 May, 1849, by steamer 
Panama (her first trip), arrived San Diego, 1 June, 1849, and 
San Francisco, California, 4 June, 1849, died Benicia, California, 
19 June, 1892. 

Theodore Gray, born Benicia, California; married San Francisco, 
1 March, 1884, to Anna Turner Farnsworth, born Benicia, 
California. 

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California No. 64 General No. 3284 

HOMER FOLGER 
Pullman, Washington 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY (daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on 
the Mayflower), born about l607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 
December, 1687. 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627, 
died Barnstable, Mass., 13 October, 1683; married, about 1643, 
to John Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, Mass., 5 
February, 1675. 

Shubael Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 21 October, 1667, died 
Yarmouth, Mass., about 1750; married Nantucket, Mass., May, 
1695, to PuELLA Hussey, bom Nantucket, 10 October, 1677. 

Lydia Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 14 May, 1701, died Nan- 
tucket, Mass., 1 March, 1763; married Nantucket, 8 September, 
1720, to Joseph Worth, died Nantucket, 14th, 7th mo., 1790. 

Joseph Worth, born Nantucket, Mass., 29 d., 9 na., 1729; married 
Nantucket, 6 d., 12 m., 1753, to Judith Starbuck. 

Matilda Worth, born Nantucket, Mass., 14 d., 10 m., 1758, dis- 
missed to New Garden, North Carolina Monthly Meeting of 
Friends, 26 d., 9 m., 1774, died Rush County, Ind., 7 July, 
1843; married Centre, N. C., 27 November, 1777, to Latham 
FoLGER, born Nantucket, Mass., 5 October, 1749, dismissed to 
Monthly Meeting of Friends, New Garden, N. C, 26 d., 3 m., 
1777, died Union County, Ind., 9 October, 1833. 

Jethro Starbuck Folger, born New Garden, N. C, 30 October, 
1797, removed to Rush County, Ind., about 1836, died Rush 
County, Ind., 4 September, 1862; married Rush County, 14 
October, 1852, second, to Rebecca McNeily (Smith) Ingold, 
born Forsyth County, N. C, 11 March, 1815, died Alton, Iowa, 
2 October, 1903. 

Homer Folger, born Rush County, Ind. ; married Osceola, Iowa, 
8 May, 1884, to Emma Funston, born Clarke County, Iowa. 



Note. — For the marriage certificates of Joseph' Worth and Matilda* 
Worth, and the will of Jethro Starbuck' Folger, above, see Appendix, pages 
190-95. 



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California No. 65 General No. S285 

JOHN ALDEN SAMPSONt 
Berkeley, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624, to Priscilla 
MuLLiNS (daughter of William and Alice Mullins, all pas- 
sengers on the Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Sarah Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Duxbury, Mass., before 
1686; married to Alexander Standish (son of Myles Standish, 
passenger on the Mayflower), born about 1626, died Duxbury, 
Mass., 6 July, 1702. 

Lorah Standish, married to Abraham Sampson, died about 1727. 

Miles Sampson, born Duxbury, about 1690, died Duxbury, 26 
November, 1784; married 28 April, 1713, to Sarah Studlev, 
born about 1690, died Duxbury, 2 November, 1782. 

Miles Sampson, born Duxbury, 13 May, 1731, died after 1772; 
married 9 June, 1752, to Deborah Bonney, died after 1772. 

Constant Sampson, born Duxbury, 20 April, 1770, died Kingston, 
Mass., 12 November, 1855; married Duxbury, 8 February, 1798, 
to (2) Rebecca Partridge Alden, born Duxbury, 7 August, 
1777, died 19 January, 1807. 

Constant Sampson, born Duxbury, 26 December, 1798, died 
Kingston, 12 June, 1874; married Kingston, 9 January, 1821, 
to Patience Washburn, born Kingston, 80 April, 1801, died 
Kingston, 18 November, 1879- 

John Alden Sampson, born Kingston, 3 October, 1831, died San 
Diego, California, 9 June, 1914; married Sonora, California, 
2 April, 1857, to Marcia Demin McKenzie, born Moriah, 
N. Y., died Stockton, California, 19 July, 1899. 



Note. — For an interesting affidavit by John Alden* Sampson, above, see 
Appendix, pages 212-13. 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 65 General No. 3285 

JOHN ALDEN SAMPSON 
Berkeley, California 

John Alden, born 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 September, 
1687; married Plymouth, Mass., before 1624 to Priscilla Mul- 
LiNS, daughter William and Alick Mullins, all passengers on 
the May flower J died after 1650. 

David Alden, died before 1 April, 1719; married Mary South- 
worth, died after 28 March, 1718. 

Samuel Alden, born December, 1688, died Duxbury, 24 Feb- 
ruary, 1781; married 26 February, 1727-8, to Sarah Sprague, 
born about 1701, died Duxbury, 28 March, 1773. 

IcHABOD Alden, born Duxbury, 11 August, 1739, died Cherry 
Valley, N. Y., 11 November, 1778; married to Mary Wakefield, 
died after 1 May, 1798. 

Rebecca Partridge Alden, born Duxbury, 7 August, 1777, died 
19 January, 1807; married Duxbury, 8 February, 1798, to Con- 
stant Sampson, born Duxbury, 20 April, 1770, died Kingston, 
Mass., 12 November, 1855. 

Constant Sampson, born Duxbury, 26 December, 1798, died 
Kingston, 12 June, 1874; married Kingston, 9 January, 1821, 
to Patience Washburn, born Kingston, 30 April, 1801, died 
Kingston, 18 November, 1879. 

John Alden Sampson, born Kingston, 3 October, 1831, died San 
Diego, California, 9 June, 1914; married Sonora, California, 
2 April, 1857, to Marcia Demin McKenzie, born Moriah, 
N. Y., died Stockton, California, 19 July, 1899- 



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California No. 66 General No. 3286 

JOSEPH TRIPP TERRY 
San Francisco, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1787; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mul- 
LiNS, daughter William and Alice Mullins, all passengers on 
the Mayflower, died after 1650. 

Joseph Alden, born Plymouth, after 22 May, 1627, died Bridge- 
water, Mass., 8 February, 1697; married to Mary Simmons. 

John Alden, born about 1674, died Middleboro, Mass., 29 Sep- 
tember, 1730; married to Hannah White, born Weymouth, 
Mass., 5 May, 1681, died Middleboro, 5 October, 1732. 

John Alden, born Middleboro, 10 September, 1718, died 27 
March, 1821; married 14 May, 1739, to Lydia Lazell, died 
17 April, 1749. 

Susanna (Alden) Tripp, born Middleboro, 29 August, 1745; 
married to Samuel Proctor, died l6 February, 1801. 

Susanna Proctor, born Fairhaven, Mass., 23 December, 1781, 
died Fairhaven, 15 September, 1865; married New Bedford, 
Mass., 2 October, 1800, to Levi Jenney, born Dartmouth, 
Mass., 26 February, 1778, died Fairhaven, l6 February, 1849- 

Caroline Coleman Jenney, born Fairhaven, 25 May, 1812, died 
Fairhaven, 6 February, 1851 ; married Fairhaven, 29 May, 1832, 
to Isaiah Franklin Terry, born New Bedford, 15 December, 
1805, died Fairhaven, 30 December, 1896. 

Joseph Tripp Terry, born Fairhaven, Mass., passenger from New 
York by steamer Ocean Queen to Ancon, and from Panama by 
steamer Orizaba, arrived San Francisco, 27 April, 1864; married 
San Francisco, 10 July, 1872, to Minnie Perrin, born Allegan- 
see, Mich., 1 January, 1854, died San Francisco, 16 November, 
1890. 



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California No. 66 General No. S286 

JOSEPH TRIPP TERRY 
San Francisco, California 

Francis Cooke, died Plymouth, Mass., 7 April, 1663; married 
Leyden, Holland, 1603, to Hester Mahieu, died before 18 
December, 1675. 

Jacob Cooke, born Holland, about 1618, died Plymouth, Mass., 
between 11 and 18 December, 1675; married Plymouth, Mass., 
after 10 June, 1646, to Damaris Hopkins, died Plymouth, before 
18 November, 1669- 

Jacob Cooke, born 1653, died Kingston, Mass., 24 April, 1747; 
married to Lydia Miller, born about l66l, died 1 March, 

1727-8. 

Margaret Cooke, born Plymouth, 8 November, 1695, died before 
1742; married 1716 to Simon Lazell, born Hingham, Mass., 
12 September, 1688. 

Lydia Lazell, born about 1723, died 17 April, 1749; married 14 
May, 1739, to John Alden, born 10 September, 1718, died 
27 March, 1821. 

Susanna (Alden) Tripp, born Middleboro, Mass., 29 August, 
1745; married to Samuel Proctor, died 16 February, 1801. 

Susanna Proctor, born Fairhaven, Mass., 23 December, 1781, 
died Fairhaven, 15 September, 1865; married New Bedford, 
Mass., 2 October, 1800, to Levi Jenney, born Dartmouth, Mass., 
26 February, 1778, died Fairhaven, I6 February, 1849. 

Caroline Coleman Jenney, born Fairhaven, 25 May, 1812, died 
Fairhaven, 6 February, 1851; married Fairhaven, 29 May, 1832, 
to Isaiah Franklin Terry, born New Bedford, 15 December, 
1805, died Fairhaven, 30 December, 1896. 

Joseph Tripp Terry, born Fairhaven, passenger from New York, 
by steamer Ocean Queen to Ancon, and from Panama by steamer 
Orizaba, arrived San Francisco, 27 April, 1864; married San 
Francisco, 10 July, 1872, to Minnie Perrin, born Allegansee, 
Mich., 1 January, 1857, died San Francisco, I6 November, 1890. 



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California No, 67 General No. S320 

WILLIAM ROSCOE MEECH 
San Francisco, California 

William Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, 1656-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1658-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Love Brewster, died Duxbury, Mass., before 31 January, 1650-1; 
married Plymouth, 15 May, 1634, to Sarah Collier, born about 
161 6, died Plymouth, 26 April, 1691. 

William Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., 1645-6, died Duxbury, 
Mass., 3 November, 1723; married Duxbury, 2 January, 1672, to 
Lydia Partridge, died Duxbury, 2 February, 1742-3. 

Benjamin Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., 7 July, 1688, died 
about 1752; married 10-16 October, 1713, to Elizabeth Witter, 
born Preston, Conn., 3 March, 1694, died 21 February, 1740-1. 

Simon Brewster, born Preston, Conn., 10 June, 1720, died Gris- 
wold. Conn., 29 June, 1801; married Norwich, Conn., 25 May, 
1742, to Anne Andros, died Griswold, 20 October, 1809. 

Elias Brewster, born Preston, Conn., 11 September, 1759, died 
Griswold, 12 March, 1834; married Preston, 20 January, 1785, 
to Margery Morgan, died Griswold, 11 January, 1823. 

Sybil Brewster, born 4 August, 1794, died Norwich, Conn., 12 
December, 1856; married Griswold, 5 June, 1821, to Appleton 
Meech, born Preston, Conn., 27 February, 1790, died Norwich, 
Conn., 5 April, 1868. 

William Trumbull Meech, born Norwich, Conn., 4 August, 1830, 
died Chicago, 111., 27 October, 1898; married Norwich, 13 
March, 1856, to Abbie Backus Pendleton, born Franklin, 
Conn., 13 March, 1837, died Chicago, 111., 8 January, 1900. 

William Roscoe Meech, born Norwich, Conn., removed to Seattle, 
Wash., by rail, in January, 1903, thence to San Francisco, Cali- 
fornia, by steamship State of California; married (1) Chicago, 
111., 25 March, 1893, to Della M. Neill, born Illinois, 7 May, 
1867, died Berkeley, California, 4 September, 1909; married 
(2) San Francisco, California, 1 October, 1914, to Elizabeth 
Annette Armstrong. 



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California No. 68 General No. SS22 

MARY EMELINE (BOSWORTH) CLARKE 

MRS. JAMES THOMAS CLARKE 

Oakland, California 

John Howland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-S; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY, daughter of John and Elizabeth Tilley, all passen- 
gers on the Mayflower, born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 
21 December, 1687. 

Hannah Rowland, married Swansea, Mass., 6 July, l66l, to 
Jonathan Bosworth. 

John Bosworth, born Swansea, Mass., 6 April, 1671, died Swan- 
sea, 20 September, 1719; married Swansea, 10 or 16 June, 1702, 
to Elizabeth Toogood, born Swansea, 25 July, 1682, died 
before 13 January, 1740-1. 

David Bosworth, married Lebanon, Conn., 27 June, 1743, to Mary 
Strong, born Lebanon, 7 December, 1722, died Lebanon, 14 
December, 1786. 

Jabin Bosworth, born Lebanon, Conn., 8 April, 1752; married 
Lebanon, 4 March, 1773, to Luna West, born Tolland, Conn., 
9 January, 1754. 

Stephen Strong Bosworth, born 1785, died Buffalo, N. Y., 31 
December, 1827; married Granville, N. Y., to Mary Raymond, 
born Norwalk, Conn., 16 August, 1789, died Alden, Erie County, 
N. Y., 10 December, 1859- 

William Raymond Bosworth, born Chesterfield, Essex County, 
N. Y., 8 May, 1810, died Batavia, N. Y., 21 July, 1899; married 
Wayne County, N. Y., 8 November, 1843, to Susan Sherman 
Wilcox, born Hartwick, Otsego County, N. Y., 27 February, 
1817, died Batavia, N. Y., 25 May, 1898. 

Mary Emeline Bosworth, born Batavia, N. Y. ; married Batavia, 
N. Y., 21 September, 1875, to James Thomas Clarke, born 
Alden, N. Y., 11 December, 1854, died San Jose, California, 
16 January, 1915. 



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California No. 68 General No. SS22 

MARY EMELINE (BOSWORTH) CLARKE 

MRS. JAMES THOMAS CLARKE 

Oakland, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Sept., 1687; 
married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mullins (daughter 
of William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the Mayflower), 
died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 31 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 Dec., 1644, to 
William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Compton, R. L, 
13 Dec, 1707. 

Mercy Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 2 January, 1649, died 
Duxbury, after 26 September, 1728; married Duxbury, l6 
November, 1669, to John Simmons, died Duxbury, before 9 
February, 1715-6. 

Martha (Simmons) Delano, married 30 June, 1709, to Samuel 
West, born Duxbury, 23 December, 1672. 

Moses West, born Duxbury, 4 March, 1716; married Tolland, 
Conn., 18 August, 1751, to Jemima Eaton. 

Luna West, born Tolland, Conn., 9 January, 1754, died Fair- 
haven, Vt., 9 April, 1822; married Lebanon, Conn., 4 March, 
1773, to Jabin Bosworth, born Lebanon, 8 April, 1752. 

Stephen Strong Bosworth, born 1785, died Buffalo, N. Y., 31 
December, 1827; married Granville, N. Y., to Mary Raymond, 
born Norwalk, Conn., 16 August, 1789, died Alden, Erie County, 
N. Y., 10 December, 1859- 

William Raymond Bosworth, born Chesterfield, Essex County, 
N. Y., 8 May, 1810, died Batavia, N. Y., 21 July, 1899; married 
Wayne County, N. Y., 8 November, 1843, to Susan Sherman 
Wilcox, born Hartwick, Otsego County, N. Y., 27 February, 
1817, died Batavia, N. Y., 25 May, 1898. 

Mary Emeline Bosworth, born Batavia, N. Y. ; married Batavia, 
N. Y., 21 September, 1875, to James Thomas Clarke, born 
Alden, N. Y., 11 December, 1854, died San Jose, California, 
16 January, 1915. 



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California No. 69 General No. SS21 

HAROLD FARNSWORTH GRAY 

Palo Alto, California 

William Brewster^ probably born Scrooby, England, 1656-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1658-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Love Brewster, died Duxbury, Mass., before 31 January, 1650-1; 
married Plymouth, 15 May, 1634, to Sarah Collier, born about 
1616, died Plymouth, 26 April, 1691. 

William Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., 1645-6, died Duxbury, 
Mass., 3 November, 1723; married Duxbury, 2 January, 1672, to 
Lydia Partridge, died Duxbury, 2 February, 1742-3. 

William Brewster, born Duxbury, 4 May, 1683, died Lebanon, 
Conn., 26 December, 1768; married Duxbury, Mass., 20 May, 
1708, to Hopestill Wadsworth, born about 1690, died Lebanon, 
Conn., 25 March, 1775. 

Elisha Brewster, born Duxbury, 29 October, 1715, died Middle- 
town, Conn., 26 March, 1789; married Middletown, Conn., 30 
September, 1742, to Lucy Yeomans, born Middletown, baptized 
15 September, 1722, died Middletown, 15 August, 1775. 

Sarah Brewster, born Middletown, Conn., 20 November, 1754, 
died Middletown, 5 July, 1827; married Middletown, 4 October, 
1773, to Oliver Wetmore, born Middletown, baptized 24 May, 
1752, died Middletown, 1 December, 1798. 

Chauncey Wetmore, born Middletown, Conn., 5 June, 1790, died 
Middletown, 25 May, 1872; married Middletown, 9 October, 
1817, to Rebecca Hubbard, born Middletown, 1 December, 1795, 
died Middletown, 13 September, 1885. 

Lucy Wetmore, born Middletown, Conn., 24 December, 1820, died 
Benicia, California, 2 July, 1879; married Middletown, Conn., 
14 December, 1847, to Samuel Cotton Gray, born Boston, 
Mass., 11 October, 1816, removed to Baltimore in 1833, passen- 
ger (with his wife) from New York, 15 March, 1849, by steamer 
Crescent City to Chagres River, by steamer Orus to Gorgona, 
and by mustangs to Panama, thence, 17 May, 1849, by steamer 
Panama (her first trip), arrived San Diego, 1 June, 1849, and 
San Francisco, California, 4 June, 1849, died Benicia, California, 
19 June, 1892. 

Theodore Gray, born Benicia, California; married San Francisco, 
1 March, 1884, to Anna Turner Farnsworth, born Benicia, 
California. 

Harold Farnsworth Gray, born San Francisco, California; mar- 
ried Oroville, California, 6 August, 1911, to Harriet Kate 
Helman, born in Buckingham County, Virginia. 

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California No. 70 General No. 3366 

MARGARET LOCKE (BUNKER) COX 

MRS. ALEXANDER MIDDLETON COX 

San Mateo, California 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 2S Feb., 
1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth Tilley 
(daughter of John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on the May- 
flower), born about l607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 Dec., 1687. 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627, died 
Barnstable, Mass., IS Oct., 1683; married, about 1643, to John 
Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, 5 Feb., 1675. 

John Gorham, born Marshfield, Mass., 20 February, 1651-2, died 
11 November, 1710; married Barnstable, Mass., 24 February, 
1674-5, to Mary Otis, born Ringham, Mass., 14 March, 1652-3, 
died Barnstable, 4th, 1st mo., 1732. 

Stephen Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 23 June, 1683, died 
about 1743; married Nantucket, Mass., 25 December, 1703, to 
Elizabeth Gardner, died 22 July, 1763. 

Susanna Gorham, born 8 d., 10 m., 1705, died Nantucket, Mass., 
13 d., 7 m., 1777; married Nantucket, 1 Feb., 1726-7, to Daniel 
Paddock, born Nantucket, 12 d., 9 m., 1777, died 12 m., 1743. 

Lydia Paddock, born Nantucket, Mass., 18 d., 4 m., 1732, died 
Claverack, N. Y., about 1784; married Nantucket, 7 February, 
1750, to Shubael Bunker, born Nantucket, 9 d. 8 m., 1731, 
died Claverack, N. Y., 1784. 

Abel Bunker, born Nantucket, Mass., 29 d., 9 m., 1771, died at 
sea, 1798; married to Elizabeth Morris, born Nantucket, 12 d., 
6 m., 1776, died Nantucket, 8 d., 8 m., 1830. 

Renry Chase Bunker, born New York State, 19 October, 1797, 
sailed, as master, on bark Orion, from Boston, Mass., 12 Novem- 
ber, 1849, via Rio Janeiro, Brazil, arrived San Francisco, Cali- 
fornia, 6 May, 1850, died San Francisco, 10 December, 1879, 
buried Falmouth, Mass. ; married Nantucket, Mass., 28 April, 
1819, to RuLDA Ann Sell, born New York, 2 February, 1798, 
died Woods Roll, Mass., 20 October, 1828. 

Renry Sell Bunker, born Nantucket, Mass., 24 March, 1820, 
sailed from Boston, Mass., in 1843, for Rio Grande del Sur, 
Brazil, returned in 1846, passenger on and part owner of brig 
Cayuga, via Rio Grande del Sur, 20 February, 1850, arrived 
San Francisco, California, 20 June, 1850, died San Francisco, 
25 September, 1891; married Falmouth, Mass., 14 May, 1846, 
to Sophronia Cathcart Wood, born West Tisbury, Mass., 10 
August, 1823, passenger brig Cayuga, arrived San Francisco, 
California, 20 June, 1850, died Oakland, California, 2 April, 
1886. 

Margaret Locke Bunker, born San Francisco, California; mar- 
ried Burlingame, California, 5 January, 1907, to Alexander 
MiDDLETON Cox, born Culpepper, Va., 12 August, 1849, died 
San Francisco, 25 March, 1913. 

Note. — For the marriage certificates of Susanna' Gorham, Lydia' Paddock 
and Henry SelP Bunker, above, see Appendix, pages 197-201. 

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California No. 71 General No. 3367 

HOLDRIDGE OZRO COLLINS, LL.D. 

Los Angeles, California 

William Bradford, baptized Austerfield, England, 19 March, 
1589, died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 
14 August, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born 
about 1590, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, died 
Plymouth, 20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650, to Alice 
Richards, born about 1627, died Plymouth, 12 December, 1671. 

Alice Bradford, born l66l, died Norwich, Conn.; married 27 
March, 1680, to the Rev. William Adams, born Ipswich, Mass., 
27 May, 1650, died Dedham, Mass., 17 August, 1685. 

Alice Adams, born Dedham, Mass., 3 April, 1682, died Enfield, 
Conn., 19 February, 1735; married 7 January, 1701, to the 
Rev. Nathaniel Collins, Jr., born Middletown, Conn., 13 June, 
1677, died Enfield, 31 December, 1756. 

The Rev. Nathaniel Collins, 3rd, born Enfield, Conn., 17 Au- 
gust, 1709, died Enfield, 5 December, 1787; married Enfield, 
17 July, 1735, to Abigail Pease, born Enfield, 7 June, 1708, 
died Enfield. 

Eliphalet Collins, born Enfield, Conn., 11 July, 1744, died 
Enfield, 22 May, 1815; married Enfield, 1 November, 1770, to 
Abigail Abbe, born Enfield, 13 May, 1750, died Enfield, 22 
January, 1844. 

Ahira Collins, born Enfield, Conn., 12 November, 1787, died 
Long Island Sound, 1 November, 1863; married Naugatuck, 
Conn., 1807, to Jemima Wooster, born Naugatuck, died New 
Haven, Conn., 1861. 

OzRO Collins, born Woodbridge, Conn., 1811, died Philadelphia, 
Penn., 4 November, 1890; married Owasco, N. Y., 23 October, 
1843, to Ann Van Etten, born Owasco, N. Y., 12 June, 1819, 
died Toledo, Ohio, 22 December, 1858. 

HoLDRiDGE OzRo CoLLiNS, bom Cayuga County, N. Y., removed 
to Los Angeles, California, February, 1889; married Chicago, 
111., 23 April, 1874, to Mary Ballance, born Peoria, 111., 19 
May, 1851, died Peoria, 24 December, 1894. 



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California No. 72 General No. SS68 

FRANK JAMESON SYMMESt 
Berkeley, California 

Francis Cooke, died Plymouth, Mass., 7 April, 1663; married 
Leyden, Holland, 1603, to Hester Mahieu, died before 18 
December, 1675, 

Jacob Cooke, born Holland, about I6l8, died Plymouth, Mass., 
between 11 and 18 December, 1675; married Plymouth, Mass., 
after 10 June, 1646, to Damaris Hopkins, died Plymouth, before 
18 November, 1669. 

Elizabeth Cooke, born Plymouth, Mass., 18 January, 1647-8, 
died Plymouth, 21 November, 1692; married about 1667, to 
John Doty, born about 1640, died Plymouth, 8 May, 1701. 

Isaac Doty, born Plymouth, 25 October, 1678; married to Martha 
Faunce. 

Isaac Doty, born 30 March, 1709; married 1734 to Mary Lan- 
man. 

Mary Doten, born 1747, died Kingston, Mass., 9 January, 1838; 
married to Daniel Whitman, born 1744, died about 1777-8. 

Mary Whitman, born 19 August, 1778, died Kingston, Mass., 
16 June, 1859; married 1 January, 1798, to Isaac Symmes, Jr., 
born Plymouth, Mass., 16 November, 1770, died 19 June, 1843. 

William Symmes, born Kingston, Mass., 19 August, 1802, died 
Kingston, 6 November, 1884; married Kingston, 27 November, 
1841, (2) to Caroline Hannah Jamieson, born Machias, Maine, 
16 Julv, 1816, died East Oakland, California, 13 September, 
1897. 

Frank Jameson Symmes, born Kingston, Mass., 7 June, 1847, 
died Berkeley, California, 14 March, 1916; married San Fran- 
cisco, SO March, 1871, to Anna Aurora Day, born Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 73 General No. 3369 

ORRA EUGENE MONNETTE 
Los Angeles, California 

Edward Fuller, died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 

31 March, 1621; married , died Plymouth, after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Samuel Fuller, died Barnstable, Mass., 31 October, 1683; mar- 
ried Scituate, Mass., 8 April, l6S5, to Jane Lothrop, baptized 
Edgerton, Kent, England, 29 September, l6l4, died between 
1658 and 1683. 

Hannah Fuller, born Scituate, Mass., died Piscataway, N. J., 
after 1683-4; married Barnstable, Mass., 1 January, 1658-9, to 
Nicholas Bonham, died Piscataway, N. J., about 1684. 

Mary Bonham, born Barnstable, Mass., 4 October, l66l, died 
Piscataway, N. J., 15 July, 1742; married Piscataway, 15 July, 
l681, to the Rev. Edmund Dunham, born Plymouth, Mass., 
25 July, 1661, died Piscataway, 4 or 17 March, 1734. 

Benajah Dunham, born Piscataway, N. J., 13 August, 1684, died 
Piscataway, 11 August, 1742; married Piscataway, 21 Septem- 
ber, 1704, to Dorothy Martin, born Piscataway, 7 or 16 June, 
1686, died Piscataway, after 1742. 

John Dunham, born Piscataway, N. J., 8 July, 1705, died 
Piscataway, about 1740-1; married Piscataway, 23 October, 
1729, to Mercy Drake, born Piscataway. 

Anne Dunham, born Piscataway, N. J., 12 July, 1734, died 
Sussex County, N. J., after 1780; married Essex County, N. J., 
25 November, 1751, to Isaac Hull, born Piscataway, 17 Novem- 
ber, 1731, died Sussex County, N. J., after 1780. 

John Hull, born Sussex County, N. J., about 1756, died Mon- 
tague, Sussex County, N. J., about 1818; married Sussex 
County, N. J., about 1780, to Susan Vaughan, born Sussex 
County, N. J., about 1758, died Montague, N. J., after 1820. 

Benjamin Hull, born Sussex County, N. J., 1782, died Delaware 
County, Ohio, 1855; married Sussex County, N. J., 1804-5, to 
Elizabeth Smith, born Sussex County, N. J., 4 May, 1783, 
died Delaware County, Ohio, 7 August, 1841. 

George Washington Hull, born Delaware County, Ohio, 21 
July, 1824, died Bucyrus, Ohio, 29 November, 1891; married 
Marion Co., Ohio, 9 Jan., 1845, to Artimissa Scribner, born 
Delaware Co., O., 25 Jan., 1826, died Bucyrus, 12 Sept., 1893. 

Olive Adelaide Hull, born Delaware County, Ohio; married 
Morrow County, Ohio, 5 January, 1869, to Mervine Jeremiah 
MoNNETTE, born Marion County, Ohio. 

Orra Eugene Monnette, born Bucyrus, Ohio, removed to Los 
Angeles, California, April, 1907; married Columbus, Ohio, 6 
Nov., 1895, to Carrie Lucile Jane way, born Zanesville, Ohio. 

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California No. 74 General No. 8425 

MISS MILICENT WASHBURN SHINN 
Niles, California 

James Chilton, died on the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, 8 

December, 1620; married , died Plymouth, Mass., after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Mary Chilton, died Boston, Mass., before May, 1679; married 
Plymouth, Mass., between July, 1623, and 22 May, 1627, to 
John Winslow, baptized Droitwich, England, 18 April, 1597, 
died Boston, Mass., between 12 March and 21 May, 1674. 

Susanna Winslow, born Plymouth, Mass., 1628, died East Bridge- 
water, Mass., before 1683; married Plymouth, 1649, to Robert 
Latham, died Marshfield. 

Hannah Latham, born Marshfield, 1662, died Bridgewater; mar- 
ried Marshfield, to Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, died 
Bridgewater. 

Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, died Leicester, Mass., 1759; 
married Bridgewater, to Hannah Johnson, born Hingham, 
Mass. 1693, died Leicester, 1780. 

Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, Mass., died Middletown, 
Conn., 26 September, 1750; married Middletown, 24 December, 
1741, to Lucy Boardman, born Middletown, died Middletown. 

Joseph Washburn, born Middletown, Conn., 4 May, 1744, died 
Greensboro, Vermont; married Middletown, 21 September, 1763, 
to Ruth Wetmore, born Middletown, 25 April, 1745, died West- 
minster, Vermont, 1795. 

MiLicENT Washburn, born Middletown, Conn., 23 July, 1784, died 
San Francisco, California, 9 March, 1863; married Farmington, 
Conn., 13 February, 1809, to Abraham Clark, born Farmington, 
Conn., 5 September, 1780, died Chicago, Illinois, 21 February, 
1855. 

Lucy Ellen Clark, born Farmington Conn., 13 May, 1826, 
removed, 1830, to New Haven, Conn., in 1831 to Alton, 111., 
in 1832 to Jacksonville, 111., in 1837 to Rushville, 111., to Rock- 
ingham, Iowa, in 1842 to Platteville, Wis., in 1849 to Oakland, 
Tenn., in 1851 to Austin, Texas, in 1852 to Round Rock, Texas, 
thence (by steamers via San Francisco) to Niles, California, in 
1856, died Niles, California, 12 July, 1915; married Platteville, 
Wis., 26 November, 1846, to James Shinn, born Salem, Ohio, 
29 September, 1807, removed about 1827 to Lexington, Ohio, 
thence to Belvedere, 111., to Platteville, Wis., and (as above) to 
Niles, California, died Niles, 29 October, 1896. 

Milicent Washburn Shinn, born Niles, California. 

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California No. 74 General No. 3425 

MISS MILICENT WASHBURN SHINN 
Niles, California 

Francis Cooke, died Plymouth, Mass., 7 April, 1663; married 
Leyden, Holland, l603, to Hester Mahieu, died before 18 
December, 1675. 

Jane Cooke, born in Holland; married Experience Mitchell, 
died Bridgewater, Mass., before 14 May, 1689. 

Elizabeth Mitchell, born Plymouth, 1627, died Bridgewater; 
married Duxbury, 6 December, 1645, to John Washburn, born 
in England, 1621, died Bridgewater, Mass., 12 November, 1686. 

Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, died Bridgewater; married 
Marshfield, to Hannah Latham, born Marshfield, 1662, died 
Bridgewater. 

Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, died Leicester, Mass., 1759; 
married Bridgewater, to Hannah Johnson, born Hingham, 
Mass. 1693, died Leicester, 1780. 

Joseph Washburn, born Bridgewater, Mass., died Middletown, 
Conn., 26 September, 1750; married Middletown, 24 December, 
1741, to Lucy Boardman, born Middletown, died Middletown. 

Joseph Washburn, born Middletown, Conn., 4 May, 1744, died 
Greensboro, Vermont; married Middletown, 21 September, 1763, 
to Ruth Wetmore, born Middletown, 25 April, 1745, died West- 
minster, Vermont, 1795. 

MiLicENT Washburn, born Middletown, Conn., 23 July, 1784, died 
San Francisco, California, 9 March, 1863; married Farmington, 
Conn., 13 February, 1809, to Abraham Clark, born Farmington, 
Conn., 5 September, 1780, died Chicago, Illinois, 21 February, 
1855. 

Lucy Ellen Clark, born Farmington, Conn., 13 May, 1826, died 
Niles, California, 12 July, 1915; married Platteville, Wis., 26 
November, 1846, to James Shinn, born Salem, Ohio, 29 Sep- 
tember, 1807, died Niles, California, 29 October, 1896. 

MiLiCENT Washburn Shinn, born Niles, California. 



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California No. 75 General No. 34-26 

ERNESTINE SHANNON (HASKELL) ADAMS 

MRS. JOHN CHARLES ADAMS 

Oakland, California 

John Howland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY (daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on 
the Mayflower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 
December, 1687. 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627^ 
died Barnstable, Mass., 13 October, 1683; married about 1643 
to John Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, Mass., 5 
February, 1675. 

John Gorham, born Marshfield, Mass., 20 February, 1651-2, died 
11 November, 1710; married Barnstable, Mass., 24 February, 
1674-5, to Mary Otis, born Hingham, Mass., 14 March, 1652-3, 
died Barnstable, 4th, 1st mo., 1732. 

Thankful Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 15 February, 1690; 
married Barnstable, l6 June, 1710, to Lieut. John Fuller, 
born Barnstable, October, 1689, died Barnstable, 24 July, 1732. 

John Fuller, born Barnstable, 3 August, 1712; married Barns- 
table, 29 October, 1741, to Temperance Gorham, born Barns- 
table, 23 July, 1721. 

Francis Fuller, born Barnstable, 10 March, 1749, died 28 May, 
1844; married Barnstable, 15 October, 1772, to Hannah Cobb. 

Hannah Fuller, born Barnstable, 19 August, 1773, died June, 
1840; married to Peter Haines. 

Jerusha Haines, born Reedfield, Maine, 1 March, 1794, died 
Hallowell, Maine, 6 May, 1888; married Livermore, Maine, 
about 1823, to Job Haskell, born Poland, Maine, 18 July, 
1793, died Livermore, Maine, 31 October, 1864. 

Dudley Haines Haskell, born Livermore, Maine, 17 December, 
1825, removed to California by ship York, arrived San Fran- 
cisco, 16 September, 1849, died Berkeley, California, 3 May, 
1905; married Natoma, Sacramento County, California, 25 Sep- 
tember, 1854, to Rachel Hepburn Mitchell, born Pennsyl- 
vania, 12 September, 1829, died Berkeley, California, 8 October, 
1900. 

Ernestine Shannon Haskell, born Sacramento, California; 
married San Francisco, 17 December, 1897, to John Charles 
Adams, born Oakland, California, 19 January, 1862, died Oak- 
land^ California. 

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California No. 76 General No. 3427 

MARY SWAIN (BARNEY) STANLEYt 

MRS. WILLIAM HENRY STANLEY 

Fair Oaks, California 

Degory Priest, born about 1579; died Plymouth, Mass., 1 Jan- 
uary, 1621 ; married Leyden, Holland, 4 November, I6II, to 
Sarah (Allerton) Vincent, died Plymouth. 

Mary Priest, born Leyden, Holland, died Charlestown, Mass., about 
July, 1689; married, Plymouth, 1630, to Phineas Pratt, born 
about 1590, arrived Plymouth, 24 March, 1623, died in Charles- 
town, Mass., 19 April, 1 680. 

Joseph Pratt, died Charlestown, Mass., 24 December, 1712; mar- 
ried 12 February, 1674-5, to Dorcas Folger, died after 1712. 

Bethiah Pratt, born Charlestown, Mass., 11 February, 1679-80, 
died Charlestown, 19 d., 10 m., 1741; married to Sampson 
Cartwright, born Nantucket, Mass., 26 January, 1677-8. 

Hezediah Cartwright, born Nantucket, Mass., 11 d., 1 m., 1707, 
died Nantucket, 15 d., 5 m., 1791; married 7 March, 1731, to 
Abigail Brown, died Nantucket, 21 d., 9 ni., 1797. 

Jonathan Cartwright, born Nantucket, Mass., 22 April, 1745, 
died Nantucket, 10 December, 1789; married to Deborah Macy, 
born Nantucket, 13 d., 12 m., 1749, died Nantucket, 30 d., 
4 m., 1771. 

Deborah Cartwright, born Nantucket, 18 September, 1770, died 
Nantucket, 27 September, 1848; married Nantucket, to Thomas 
Swain, born Nantucket, 14 July, 1769, died in West Indies, 
February, 1801. 

William Cartwright Swain, born Nantucket, Mass., 18 May, 
1801, died Nantucket, 15 May, 1885; married Nantucket, 28 
November, 1822, to Mary Starbuck, born Nantucket, 15 Jan- 
uary, 1804, died Nantucket, 10 June, 1894. 

Lydia Howland Swain, born Nantucket, Mass., 11 January, 1829; 
married Nantucket, 15 June, 1846, to Benjamin Allen Barney, 
born Nantucket, 25 January, 1825, died Menlo Park, California, 
7 December, 19O8. 

Mary Swain Barney, born San Francisco, California, 25 June, 
1855, died Fair Oaks, California, 25 May, 1912; married San 
Francisco, 20 April, 1876, to William Henry Stanley, born 
Newbern, N. C, 15 July, 1841, died Menlo Park, California, 
18 November, 1903. 

Note. — For an account of some of the descendants of Bethiah* (Pratt) 
Cartwright, above, see Appendix, pages 210-11. 

t Deceased. 

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California No. 77 General No. 8445 

IDA HARRIET (CASTLE) BULSON 

MRS. CHARLES HERMAN BULSON 

Napa, California 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY (daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, passengers on 
the Mayflower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 21 
December, 1687. 

Desire Rowland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627; 
died Barnstable, Mass., 13 October, 1683; married about 1643 
to John Gorham, born about 1621, buried Swansea, Mass., 5 
February^ 1675. 

Mercy Gorham, born Barnstable, Mass., 20 January, 1658-9, died 
Westerly, R. I., 24 September, 1725; married to George Deni- 
SON, born about 1653, died Westerly, R. I., 27 December, 1711. 

Elizabeth Denison, born Westerly, R. I., 11 September, 1689, 
died Charlestown, R. I., 22 November, 1749; married Westerly, 
R. I., 5 December, 1705, to Christopher Champlin, Jr., born 
Westerly, R. I., 26 September, 1684, died Westerly, 23 October, 
1734. 

Col. Joseph Champlin, born Westerly, R. I., 4 August, 1709, 
died Westerly, 20 December, 1792; married 8 February, 1753, 
to Mary Noyes, born Stonington, Conn., 14 August, 1725. 

Captain William Champlin, born about 1757, died Quechee, Vt., 
2 March, 1848; married about 1781-2 to Content Brown, born 
about 1758, died 1 July, 1842. 

Mary Noyes Champlin, born Woodstock, Conn., 28 January, 
1793, died Bristol, Wis., 8 February, 1890; married Athens, 
N. Y., 23 November, 1816, to Hastings Castle, born Roxbury, 
Conn., 14 May, 1791, died Bristol, Wis., 30 September, 1863. 

Christopher Champlin Castle, born Delaware County, N. Y., 
27 March, 1828, crossed the plains in an ox-team, arrived 
Coloma, California, in 1852, died Stockton, California, 13 De- 
cember, 1904; married Stockton, California, 17 September, 1867, 
to Sophie Elizabeth Bush, born Quebec, Canada, crossed the 
plains in an ox-team in 1854. 

Ida Harriet Castle, born Stockton, California; married Stockton, 
California, 20 October, 1891, to Dr. Charles Herman Bulson, 
born Motville, Mich., removed from Evansville, Wis., to Tustin, 
California, June, 18S4. 

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California No. 78 General No. 8446 

MARY ANGELINE (WOOD) SWIFT 

MRS. JOHN FRANKLIN SWIFT 

Berkeley, California 

John Howland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY, daughter of John and Elizabeth Tilley (all passen- 
gers on the Mayflower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 
21 December, 1687. 

Desire Howland, born Plymouth, Mass., before 22 May, 1627, died 
Barnstable, Mass., 13 Oct., 1683; married, about 1643, to John 
GoRHAM, born about 1621, buried Swansea, 5 Feb., 1675. 

Elizabeth Gorham, born Marshfield, Mass., 2 April, 1648, died 
before 5 March, 1683-4; married 1666 to Joseph Hallett. 

Mary Hallett, married before 1688 to Jabez Fuller, died after 
1711. 

Mercy Fuller, born Barnstable, Mass., 1 April, 1696; married 
Middleboro, Mass., 5 April, 1716, to Jabez Wood, born Middle- 
boro, 1690. 

Ebenezer Wood, born Middleboro, Mass., 6 October, 1729, died 
18 April, 1810; married 1769 (2) to Margaret Hubbard, born 
Kakiat, Orange County, N. Y., 22 January, 1746, died 11 Sep- 
tember, 1798. 

Joseph Wood, born Clarkstown, N. Y., 6 July, 1778, died Wash- 
ington, D. C, 15 June, 1830; married New York, 31 May, 1800, 
to Margaret Haring, born Tappan, N. Y., 31 May, 1782, died 
New York City, 30 August, 1830. 

William Graham Wood, born Rockland Co., New York, 3 Nov., 
1809, arrived San Francisco, California, 17 Sept., 1849, died 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 20 ApL, 1869; married New York, 3 May, 1832, 
to Emily Morrell, born Johnstown, N. Y., 5 Feb., 1811, sailed 
from New York by steamer to Isthmus of Nicaragua, thence by 
steamer Independence, arrived San Francisco, 7 Jan., 1853, died 
San Francisco, 21 Feb., 1897. 

Mary Angeline Wood, born New York City, removed with her 
parents to California, arrived San Francisco, 7 Jan., 1853; mar- 
ried San Francisco, 15 Sept., 1859, to John Franklin Swift, 
born Bowling Green, Missouri, 10 March, 1829, crossed the plains, 
arrived in California, December, 1852, died Tokio, Japan, 10 
March, ISpi. 



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California No. 79 General No. 3510 

HAROLD CUSHMAN LEWIS 
Fowler, California 

Isaac Allerton, born about 158(5, died New Haven, Conn., be- 
tween 1 and 12 February, 1658-9; married Leyden, Holland, 
4 November, l6ll, to Mary N orris, died Plymouth, 25 Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary Allerton, born Leyden, Holland, died Plymouth, Mass., 
28 November, 1699; married Plymouth, about 1636, to Thomas 
CusHMAN, born February, 1608, died Plymouth, 10 or 11 De- 
cember, 1691- 

Eleazer Cushman, born Plymouth, Mass., 20 February, 1656-7; 
married Plymouth, 12 January, 1687-8, to Elizabeth Coombs. 

John Cushman, born Plymouth, 13 August, 1690; married 19 
January, 1715, to Joanna Pratt. 

Charles Cushman, born Plymouth, died Rutland, Vt., September, 
1791 ; married to Mary Harvey, died Georgia, Vt., January, 
1810. 

Isaac Cushman, died Rutland, Vt., May or June, 1783; married 
to Lois , died after May, 1783. 

Ethiel Cushman, born Rutland, Vt., 16 March, 1771, died Jack- 
son County, Mich., 27 February, 1852; married 31 March, 1791, 
to Anna Fenton, born 12 April, 1772, died 17 September, 1848. 

Joseph Fenton Cushman, born Rutland, Vt., 28 January, 1796, 
died Albion, Mich., 14 October, 1868; married Rutland County, 
Vt., 26 June, 1817, to Rebecca Greene, born Ashburnham, 
Mass., 15 June, 1795, died Arlington, Mich., 2 June, 1865. 

Martha E. Cushman, born Covington, N. Y., 20 December, 1837, 
removed to California, by rail, arrived 20 May, 1875, died San 
Francisco, California, 19 February, 1883; married Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 24 September, 1859, to Festus Cone Lewis, born near 
Batavia, Genesee County, N. Y., 12 August, 1829, died San 
Francisco, 21 April, 1884. 

Festus Cushman Lewis, born Ann Arbor, Mich.; married Oakland, 
California, 21 December, 1886, to Alice Louise Thompson, born 
Ann Arbor, Mich., removed to California, January, 1883-4. 

Harold Cushman Lewis, born Oakland, California. 



Note.— For the will of Isaac" Cushman, above, see Appendix, pages 195-97. 

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California No. 80 General No. 3511 

CONSTANCE DOROTHY VAN ETTEN (COLLINS) 

EDWARDS 

MRS. NOEL CONDIFF EDWARDS 

Los Angeles, California 

William Bradford, baptized Austerfield, England, 19 March, 
1589, died Plymouth, Mass., 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 
14 August, 1623, to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born 
about 1590, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, Mass., 17 June, 1624, died 
Plymouth, 20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650, to Alice 
Richards, born about 1627, died Plymouth, 12 December, 1671. 

Alice Bradford, born l66l, died Norwich, Conn.; married 27 
March, 1680, to the Rev. William Adams, born Ipswich, Mass., 
27 May, 1650, died Dedham, Mass., 17 August, 1685. 

Alice Adams, born Dedham, Mass., 3 April, 1682, died Enfield, 
Conn., 19 February, 1735; married 7 January, 1701, to the 
Rev. Nathaniel Collins, Jr., born Middletown, Conn., 13 June, 
1677, died Enfield, 31 December, 1756. 

The Rev. Nathaniel Collins, 3rd, born Enfield, Conn., 17 Au- 
gust, 1709, died Enfield, 5 December, 1787; married Enfield, 
17 July, 1735, to Abigail Pease, born Enfield, 7 June, 1708, 
died Enfield. 

Eliphalet Collins, born Enfield, Conn., 11 July, 1744, died 
Enfield, 22 May, 1815; married Enfield, 1 November, 1770, to 
Abigail Abbe, born Enfield, 13 May, 1750, died Enfield, 22 
January, 1844. 

Ahira Collins, born Enfield, Conn., 12 November, 1787, died 
Long Island Sound, 1 November, 1863; married Naugatuck, 
Conn., 1807, to Jemima Wooster, born Naugatuck, died New 
Haven, Conn., I86I. 

OzRO Collins, born W^oodbridge, Conn., 1811, died Philadelphia, 
Penn., 4 November, 1890; married Owasco, N. Y., 23 October, 
1843, to Ann Van Etten, born Owasco, N. Y., 12 June, 1819, 
died Toledo, Ohio, 22 December, 1858. 

HoLDRiDGE OzRo CoLLiNs, bom Cayuga County, N. Y., removed 
to Los Angeles. California, February, 1889; married Chicago, 
111., 23 April, 1874, to Mary Ballance, born Peoria, 111., 19 
May, 1851, died Peoria, 24 December, 1894. 

Constance Dorothy Van Etten Collins, born Chicago, 111. ; 
married Vallejo, California, 15 May, 1914, to Noel Condiff 
Edwards, A. B. (Leland Stanford Junior University, 1914), 
born Los Angeles, California. 

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California No. 81 General No. 3512 

REJOYCE BALLANCE (COLLINS) BOOTH 

MRS. CHARLES MACLAY BOOTH 

Halleck, California 

William Bradford, born Austerfield, England, 19 March, 1589, 
died Plymouth, 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 14 August, 1623, 
to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born about 1590, died 
Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, 17 June, 1624, died Plymouth, 
20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650 to Alice Richards, 
born about 1627, died Plymouth, 26 March, 1670. 

Alice Bradford, born 1661, died Norwich, Conn.; married 27 
March, 1680, to the Rev. William Adams, born Ipswich, Mass., 
27 May, 1650, died Dedham, Mass., 17 August, 1685. 

Alice Adams, born Dedham, Mass., 3 April, 1682, died Enfield, 
Conn., 19 February, 1735; married 7 January, 1701, to the 
Rev. Nathaniel Collins, Jr., born Middletown, Conn., 13 June, 
1677, died Enfield, 31 December, 1756. 

The Rev. Nathaniel Collins, 3rd, born Enfield, Conn., 17 Au- 
gust, 1709, died Enfield, 5 December, 1787; married Enfield, 
17 July, 1735, to Abigail Pease, born Enfield, 7 June, 1708, 
died Enfield. 

Eliphalet Collins, born Enfield, Conn., 11 July, 1744, died 
Enfield, 22 May, 1815; married Enfield, 1 November, 1770, to 
Abigail Abbe, born Enfield, 13 May, 1750, died Enfield, 22 
January, 1844. 

Ahira Collins, born Enfield, Conn., 12 November, 1787, died 
Long Island Sound, 1 November, 1863; married Naugatuck, 
Conn., 1807, to Jemima Wooster, born Naugatuck, died New 
Haven, Conn., 1861. 

OzRo Collins, born Woodbridge, Conn., 1811, died Philadelphia, 
Penn., 4 November, 1890; married Owasco, N. Y., 23 October, 
1843, to Ann Van Etten, born Owasco, N. Y., 12 June, 1819, 
died Toledo, Ohio, 22 December, 1858. 

HoLDRiDGE OzRO CoLLiNS, bom Cayuga County, N. Y., removed 
to Los Angeles, California, February, 1889; married Chicago, 
111., 23 April, 1874, to Mary Ballance, born Peoria, 111., 19 
May, 1851, died Peoria, 24 December, 1894. 

Rejoyce Ballance Collins, LL. B. (Smith College, 1898), born 
Chicago, 111.; married Peoria, 111., 4 April, 1910, to Charles 
Maclay Booth, born Peoria. 

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California No. 82 General No. 3518 

JOHN WILLIAM ATKINS 
Berkeley, California 

Peter Brown, died Plymouth, Mass., before 10 October, 16SS; 
married to Martha ( ) Ford. 

Mary Brown, married Ephraim Tinkham. 

Peter Tinkham, born Plymouth, Mass., 25 December, 1653; mar- 
ried Mercy Mendall, born Marshfield, Mass., 3 August, 1666. 

Joanna Tinkham, born 1696, died Middleboro, Mass., 28 June, 
1738; married Middleboro, 16 April, 1716, to Joseph Bates, 
born 1692, died Middleboro, 31 August, 1778. 

Joseph Bates, born Middleboro, Mass., 18 March, 1721-2, died 
Hartland, Vt., 27 August, 1789; married Middleboro, 16 Novem- 
ber, 1749, to Eunice Tinkham, born about 1729^ died Middle- 
boro, 14 October, 1785. 

Eliphalet Bates, born Middleboro, Mass., 5 March, 1769, died 
Randolph, Vt., 30 May, 1840; married to Mary Story, died 
Randolph, Vt., April, 1836. 

Thomas Bates, born Wakefield, Vt., 30 December, 1807, died 
Griggsville, 111., 16 July, 1892; married Hartland, Vt., 28 Oc- 
tober, 1833, to Ann Cleveland, born Hartland, Vt., 18 March^ 
1807, died Maysville, 111., 31 May, 1847. 

Lucy Bates, born Maysville, 111., 3 July, 1842; married Normal, 
111., 14 July, 1866, to Samuel Thomas Atkins, born East Reed- 
ville, Mt. Vernon Township, Kennebec County, Maine. 

John William Atkins, born Lincoln, 111. 



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California No. 82 General No. 351 S 

JOHN WILLIAM ATKINS 
Berkeley, California 

Peter Brown, born Plymouth, Mass., before 10 October, 1633; 

married Plymouth, between 1627 and 1631, to Mary , 

died after 3 January, 1633-4. 

Mary Brown, married Ephraim Tinkham. 

Ebenezer Tinkham, born 30 September, 1651, died 8 April, 1718; 
married before 1679 to Elizabeth Burroughs, died 8 April, 
1718. 

Ebenezer Tinkham, born 23 March, 1679; married Middleboro, 
Mass., 28 October, 1703, to Patience Pratt, born 1681, died 
29 March, 1718. 

Peter Tinkham, born 5 September, 1709; married Middleboro, 
Mass., 1 April, 1730, to Eunice Thomas, died Middleboro, 
Mass., 8 April, 1778. 

Eunice Tinkham, born Middleboro, Mass., 6 July, 1730, died 
Middleboro, 14 October, 1785; married Middleboro, 16 Novem- 
ber, 1749, to Joseph Bates, Jr., born Middleboro, 18 March, 
1721-2, died Hartland, Vt., 27 August, 1789- 

Eliphalet Bates, born Middleboro, Mass., 5 March, 1769, died 
Randolph, Vt., 30 May, 1840; married to Mary Story, died 
Randolph, Vt., April, 1836. 

Thomas Bates, born Wakefield, Vt., 30 December, 1807, died 
Griggsville, 111., 16 July, 1892; married Hartland, Vt., 28 Oc- 
tober, 1833, to Ann Cleveland, born Hartland, Vt,, 18 March^ 
1807, died Maysville, 111., 31 May, 1847. 

Lucy Bates, born Maysville, 111., 3 July, 1842; married Normal, 
111., 14 July, 1866, to Samuel Thomas Atkins, born East Reed- 
ville, Mt. Vernon Township, Kennebec County, Maine. 

John William Atkins, born Lincoln, 111. 



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California No. 83 General No. 3514 

JULIA (REED) REIDt 

MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS REID 

Belmont, California 

William Bradford, born Austerfield, England, 19 March, 1589, 
died Plymouth, 9 May, 1657; married Plymouth, 14 August, 1623, 
to Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, born about 1590, died 
Plymouth, £6 March, 1670. 

William Bradford, born Plymouth, 17 June, 1624, died Plymouth, 
20 February, 1703-4; married about 1650 to Alice Richards, 
born about 1627, died Plymouth, 12 December, 1671. 

Alice (Bradford) Adams, married 8 May, 1687, to James Fitch, 
born Saybrook, Conn., 2 August, 1649, died Canterbury, Conn., 

10 November, 1727. 

Ebenezer Fitch, born 10 January, 1689-90, died Windsor, Conn., 
20 November, 1724; married Canterbury, Conn., 18 September, 
1712, to Bridget Brown. 

Elijah Fitch, born Windsor, Conn,, 23 February, 1717-18; mar- 
ried Windsor, Conn., 28 October, 1742, to Mary Loomis, born 
Windsor, Conn., 12 January, 1720-1, died Windsor, Conn., 5 
May, 1744. 

Mary Fitch, born Windsor, Conn., 25 April, 1744, died Windsor, 

11 November, 1774; married Windsor, 6 December, 1759, to 
Ebenezer Reed, born Windsor, 22 March, 1734, died East 
Windsor, Conn., 11 March, 1818. 

Elijah Fitch Reed, born East Windsor, Conn., 13 May, 1767, 
died South Windsor, 9 September, 1847; married North Bolton, 
Conn., 6 January, 1792, to Hannah McLean, born North Bol- 
ton, Conn., 7 December, 1769, died East Windsor, 19 February. 
1841. 

Maro McLean Reed, born East Windsor, Conn., 18 October, 1801, 
removed (with his wife) in 1830 via Erie Canal and a "one-hoss 
shay" to Jacksonville, 111., died Jacksonville, 28 June, 1877; 
married Warehouse Point, Conn., 16 September, 1830, to Eliza- 
beth Lathrop, born Hartford, Conn., 20 August, 1807, removed, 
after 1877, to Berkeley, California, died Belmont, California, 
9 February, 1904. 

Julia Reed, born Jacksonville, 111., 20 November, 1846, died Bel- 
mont, 21 April, 1917; married Jacksonville, 16 August, 1870, to 
William Thomas Reid, born Jacksonville, 111., removed (with his 
wife) by steamer from New York to Isthmus of Panama, thence by 
steamer Constitution, arriving San Francisco, California, March, 
1875; President University of California, July 18, 1881 to 1885. 

t Deceased. 

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California No. 83 General No. 8514 

JULIA (REED) REIDt 

MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS REID 

Belmont, California 

William Brewster, born (probably) Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, 10 April, 1644; married before 1593, to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Jonathan Brewster, born Scrooby, England, 12 August, 1593, 
died New London, Conn., 7 August, 1659; married Plymouth, 
Mass., 10 April, 1624, to Lucretia Oldham, died New London, 
4 March, 1678-9. 

Grace Brewster, born Duxbury, 1 November, l6S9, died New 
London, Conn., 22 April, 1684; married New London, 4 August, 
1659, to Daniel Wetherell, born Maidstone, Kent, England, 
29 November, 16S0, died New London, 14 April, 1719. 

Mary (Wetherell) Harris, born New London, 7 October, I668, 
died New London, 22 August, 1711 ; married New London, about 
1694, to George Denison, born (probably) Stonington, Conn., 
28 March, 1671, died New London, 22 January, 1720. 

Hannah Denison, born New London, Conn., 28 March, 1699; 
married 4 September, 1718, to John Hough. 

Hannah Hough, died Hanover, N. H., 16 January, 1807; mar- 
ried 23 January, 1743, to Elisha Lathrop, born 13 July, 1713, 
died Lebanon, N. H., 2 July, 1787. 

Elijah Lathrop, born Norwich, Conn., 20 October, 1743, died 
2 December, 1822; married Horton, Nova Scotia, 10 April, 
1763, to Elizabeth Elderkin, born 30 October, 1740, died 
Lebanon, N. H., 17 February, 1812. 

James Lathrop, born Norwich, Conn., 22 April, 1764, died Hart- 
ford, Conn., 20 May, 1813; married New London, Conn., 12 
December, 1790, to Parthenia Bliss, born about 1767, died 
Hartford, Conn., 3 May, 1813. 

Elizabeth Lathrop, born Hartford, Conn., 20 August, 1807, died 
Belmont, California, 9 February, 1904; married Warehouse 
Point, Conn., 16 September, 1830, to Dr. Maro McLean Reed, 
born East Windsor, Conn., 18 October, 1801, died Jacksonville, 
111., 28 June, 1877. 

Julia Reed, born Jacksonville, 111.; married Jacksonville, I6 
August, 1870, to William Thomas Reid, bom Jacksonville. 

t Deceased. 

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California No. 84 General No. 3535 

THE REV. SANFORD TAYLOR BREWSTER 

Corning, California 

William Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, 1656-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1658-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Love Brewster, died Duxbury, Mass., before 31 January, 1650-1; 
married Plymouth, 15 May, 1634, to Sarah Collier, born about 
161 6, died Plymouth, 26 April, 1691. 

William Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., 1645-6, died Duxbury, 
Mass., 3 November, 1723; married Duxbury, 2 January, 1672, to 
Lydia Partridge, died Duxbury, 2 February, 1742-3. 

Benjamin Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., 7 July, 1688, died 
about 1752; married 10-16 October, 1713, to Elizabeth Witter, 
born Preston, Conn., 3 March, 1694, died 21 February, 1740-1. 

Simon Brewster, born Preston, Conn., 10 June, 1720, died Gris- 
wold. Conn., 29 June, 1801; married Norwich, Conn., 25 May, 
1742, to Anne Andros, died Griswold, 20 October, 1809- 

JuDAH Brewster, born Preston, Conn., 15 January, 1749, died 
Preston; married Plainfield, Conn., 13 February, 1772, to Lucy 
Hall, died Plainfield. 

Sanford Brewster, born Preston, Conn., 3 March, 1788, removed 
to Ohio about 1812, died Huron, Ohio, 28 April, 1857; married 
Huron, 1847, to (3) Emily Hutchins, born StraiFord, Vt., 30 
March, 1814, removed to Ohio about 1846, died Sandusky, Ohio, 
22 February, 1859- 

Sanford Taylor Brewster, born Huron, Ohio, ordained an Epis- 
copal clergyman, June, 1879? by the Rt. Rev. Gregory T. Bedell, 
D. D., Bishop of Northern Ohio, at the Church of the Holy 
Spirit of Kenyon College and Bexley Hall Theological Seminary 
at Gambier, Ohio, from which he was graduated ; married ( 1 ) 
Steubenville, Ohio, 1 April, 1880, to Anna Dyke Dohrman, 
born Steubenville, 25 April, 1852, died Corning, California, 31 
May, 1905; married (2) San Francisco, California, 18 April, 
191 Ij to Emma Brewster Jones, born Cincinnati, Ohio. 



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California No. 85 Ohio No. 20 General No. 1024 

EMMA CORDELIA BREWSTER (JONES) BREWSTER 

MRS. SANFORD TAYLOR BREWSTER 

Coming, California 

William Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, 1656-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1658-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Love Brewster, died Duxbury, Mass., before 31 January, 1650-1 ; 
married Plymouth, 15 May, 1634, to Sarah Collier, born about 
1616, died Plymouth, 26 April, 1691. 

William Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., 1645-6, died Duxbury, 
Mass., 3 November, 1723; married Duxbury, 2 January, 1672, to 
Lydia Partridge, died Duxbury, 2 February, 1742-3. 

William Brewster, born Duxbury, 4 May, 1683, died Lebanon, 
Conn., 26 December, 1768; married Duxbury, Mass., 20 May, 
1708, to HoPESTiLL Wadsworth, born about 1690, died Lebanon, 
Conn., 25 March, 1775. 

IcHABOD Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., 15 January, 1710-11, 
died Lebanon, Conn., 27 July, 1797; married Duxbury, 3 June, 
1735, to Lydia Barstow, born Scituate, Mass., 1 April, 1717, 
died Lebanon, 6 February, 1815. 

IcHABOD Brewster, born Lebanon, Conn., 6 March, 1753, died 
Lebanon, 27 July, 1841; married Lebanon, 16 or 18, November, 
1772, to Lucy Clark, born Lebanon, 11 May, 1755, died 
Lebanon, 21 or 27 October, 1836. 

Lot Edward Brewster, born Lebanon, Conn., 15 August, 1792, 
died Cincinnati, Ohio, 21 June, 1849; married Lancaster, Penn., 
27 January, 1822, to Elizabeth Rich Hurley, born North- 
umberland, Penn., May 1797, died near Milford, Ohio, 18 
August, 1875. 

Elizabeth Hubley Brewster, born Brooklyn, N. Y., 30 January, 
1828, removed to Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1831, died Cincinnati, 
Ohio, 5 December, 1879; married Cincinnati, 14 April, 1846, 
to John Goodin Jones, born Philadelphia, Penn., 9 July, 1824, 
removed to Cincinnati, about 1834, died Cincinnati, 4 February, 
1883. 

Emma Cordelia Brewster Jones, born Cincinnati, Ohio, married 
San Francisco, California, 18 April, 1911, to the Rev. Sanford 
Taylor Brewster, born Huron, Ohio. 



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California No. 86 General No. 3536 

ROBERT CAMERON ROGERSt 
Santa Barbara, California 

Thomas Rogers, died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 
31 March, 1621. 

Jo^PH Rogers, died Eastham, Mass., between 2 and 15 January, 

1677; married before 1633 to Hannah , died after 2 

January, 1677. 

John Rogers, born Duxbury, 3 April, 1642, died Eastham, be- 
tween 27 April, 1713, and 10 August, 1714; married Eastham, 
19 August, 1669, to Elizabeth Twining, died Eastham, 10 
March, 1724-5. 

Nathaniel Rogers, born Eastham, 3 October, 1693; married 
Harwich, Mass., 1 February, 1721-2, to Silence Dimock. 

Jabez Rogers, born Eastham, 30 June, 1727, died Tolland, Mass., 
24 May, 1803; married Harvard, Mass., November, 1753, to 
Lucy Keep, born Harvard, 12 October, 1734, died Tolland, 3 
June, 1803. 

Samuel Rogers, born North Bolton, Conn., SO January, 1764, died 
Unadilla, N. Y., 12 March, 1829; married East Windsor, Conn., 
24 November, 1785, to Sarah Skinner, born East Windsor, 
7 December, 1766, died Alden, N. Y., 2 October, 1850. 

GusTAvus Adolphus Rogers, born Unadilla, N. Y., 24 April, 1798, 
died Chicago, 111., 26 November, 1872; married Bath, N. Y., 
19 April, 1827, to Susan Ann Campbell, born Bath, N. Y., 
27 December, 1804, died Chicago, 29 July, 1875. 

Sherman Skinner Rogers, born Bath, N. Y., 16 April, 1830, 
died Santa Barbara, California, 23 March, 1900; married Bath, 
N. Y., 6 January, 1858, to Christina Cameron Davenport, 
born Hornell, N. Y., 22 November, 1830, died Santa Barbara, 
California, 16 March, 1897. 

Robert Cameron Rogers, born Buffalo, N. Y., 7 January, 1862, 
died Santa Barbara, California, 20 April, 1912; married Santa 
Barbara, California, 21 July, 1898, to Beatrice (Fernald) 
Roberts, born Santa Barbara, California, (daughter of the late 
Charles Fernald, passenger by the Tahmaroo, arrived San 
Francisco, California, 1 July, 1849). 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 87 General No, 3537 

MARY ANN (CLOUGH) KIMBALLt 

MRS. CHARLES BRADBURY KIMBALL 

Palo Alto, California 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 
July, 1644. 

Gyles Hopkins, died Eastham, Mass., before 16 April, 1690; 
married 9 October, 1639, to Catherine Wheldon, (ied after 5 
March, 1688-9. 

Stephen Hopkins, born Eastham, Mass., September, 1642, died 
Harwich, Mass., 10 October, 1718-9; married Eastham, 23 May, 
1667, to Mary Merrick, born Eastham, 6 November, 1650. 

Samuel Hopkins, born Eastham, Mass., March, 1682, died Brew- 
ster, Mass., about 1742; married to Lydia . 

Reliance Hopkins, born Harwich, Mass., 17 November, 1709, 
died Southeast, Putnam County, New York, 25 February, 1788; 
married Harwich, 19 June, 1735, to Lieut. David Crosby, born 
Harwich, 13 April, 1709, died Southeast, N. Y., 20 October, 
1793. 

David Crosby, born Harwich, Mass., 1737, died Southeast, N. Y., 
16 November, 1816; married Southeast, N. Y., to Bethiah 
Paddock, born Yarmouth, Mass., 17 April, 1737, died Southeast, 
N. Y., 2 July, 1776. 

Deborah Crosby, born Southeast, N. Y., 12 September, 1767, died 
Fenner, Madison County, N. Y., 1853; married Southeast, N. Y., 
to Dr. Hezekiah Hyatt, born Norwalk, Conn., or New Salem, 
N. Y., 11 January, 1762, died Fenner, N. Y., April, 1841. 

Marie Louise Hyatt, born Fenner, N. Y., 9 March, 1814, died 
Racine, Wis., 1 June, 1870; married Fenner, N. Y., 9 Septem- 
ber, 1835, to Col. Simeon DeWitt Clough, born Nelson, N. Y., 
13 August, 1814, died Racine, Wis., 9 February, 1884. 

Mary Ann Clough, born Mexico, N. Y., 8 January, 1841, died 
Palo Alto, California, 20 May, 1913; married Racine, Wis., 27 
August, 1853, to Charles Bradbury Kimball, born Howland, 
Maine, 31 March, 1831, died East Oakland, California, 3 July, 
1896. 

t Deceased. 



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California No. 88 General No. S553 

SARAH CATHARINE (SMITH) GORHAM 

MRS. JOHN EDWIN GORHAM 

San Francisco, California 

William Brewster, born (probably) at Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1568-69, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Love Brewster, died Duxbury, Mass., before 31 January, 1650-1 ; 
married Plymouth, 15 May, 1634, to Sarah Collier, born about 
1616, died Plymouth, 26 April, 1691. 

Wrestling Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., died Duxbury, 1 

January, 1696-7; married to Mary , died Kingston, 

Mass., 12 November, 1742. 

Abigail Brewster, born 1683, died 6 May, 1761; married Dux- 
bury, Mass., 28 October, 1707, to Elisha Stetson, died 11 
February, 1755. 

Elisha Stetson, born 30 January, 1719, died Kingston, Mass., 
28 August, 1803; married Kingston, 26 April, 1742, to Sarah 
Adams, born Jones' River Parish, Mass., 1721, died 26 October, 
1804. 

Samuel Stetson, born Kingston, Mass., 19 November, 1749, died 
Kingston, 12 May, 1828; married Kingston, 25 January, 1776, 
to HuLDAH Brewster, born Kingston, 13 November, 1756, died 
Kingston, 25 December, 1833. 

Judith Stetson, born Kingston, Mass., 16 February, 1788, died 
Waltham, Mass., November, 1846; married Kingston, 17 May, 
1810, to David Smith, born Waltham, April, 1789, died Wal- 
tham, 11 February, 1851. 

David Wiswell Smith, born Kingston, Mass., 26 March, 1811, 
removed to California by steamer from New York to the Isthmus 
of Panama, and from thence by steamer Oregon, arrived San 
Francisco, 18 October, 1850, died San Francisco, California, 
13 June, 1873; married Boston, Mass., 31 March, 1836, to 
Sarah Ann Milton, born Boston, 10 July, 1815, arrived San 
Francisco, California, by clipper ship Shooting Star, 17 August, 
1852, died San Francisco, 31 December, 1881. 

Sarah Catharine Smith, born Boston, Mass., removed with her 
mother, by clipper ship Shooting Star, arrived San Francisco, 
California, 17 August, 1852; married San Francisco, l6 Sep- 
tember, 1863 to John Edwin Gorham, born Richmond, Va., 
22 July, 1835, died San Francisco, California, 25 May, 1873. 

Note. — The mail steamer "Oregon," when entering the bay of San Fran- 
cisco on the above trip, "flred repeated preconcerted signal guns, which 
warned the citizens of the glorious news" of the admission of California as 
the thirty-flrst State of the Union, on 9 September, 1850. The first papers 
were sold by the newsboys at from one to five dollars each. 

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California No. 88 General No. 3553 

SARAH CATHARINE (SMITH) GORHAM 

MRS. JOHN EDWIN GORHAM 

San Francisco, California 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 
1611 to Elizabeth , born about 1583, died Plymouth, 

2 October, 1673. 

Ann Warren, born England, about l6l2, died after 19 February, 
1675-6; married Plymouth, Mass., 19 April, 1633, to Thomas 
Little, buried Marshfield, Mass., 12 March, 1671. 

Hannah Little, died Scituate, Mass., 13 May, 1710; married 
Scituate, 25 January, l66l, to Stephen Tilden, died Scituate, 
22 August, 1711. 

Mary Tilden, born Scituate, Mass., 7 April, 1668; married to 
James Thomas. 

Hannah Thomas, died Kingston, Mass., 20 August, 1788; married 
Duxbury, Mass., 12 July, 1722, to Wrestling Brewster, born 

3 or 4 August, 1694, died Kingston, 1 January, 1767. 

Wrestling Brewster, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 August, 1724, 
died Kingston, 8 February, 1810; married 12 July, 1750, to 
Deborah Seabury, born Duxbury, Mass., 13 April, 1727, died 
Kingston, 23 October, 1802. 

HuLDAH Brewster, born Kingston, Mass., 13 November, 1756, 
died Kingston, 25 December, 1833; married Kingston, 25 Jan- 
uary, 1776, to Samuel Stetson, died Kingston, 12 May, 1828. 

Judith Stetson, born Kingston, Mass., 16 February, 1788, died 
Waltham, Mass., November, 1846; married Kingston, Mass., 17 
May, 1810, to David Smith, born Waltham, Mass., April, 1789, 
died Waltham, 11 February, 1851. 

David Wiswell Smith, born Kingston, Mass., 26 March, 1811, 
removed to California by steamer from New York to the Isthmus 
of Panama, and from thence by steamer Oregon, arrived San 
Francisco, 18 October, 1850, died San Francisco, California, 
13 June, 1873; married Boston, Mass., 31 March, 1836, to 
Sarah Ann Milton, born Boston, 10 July, 1815, arrived San 
Francisco, California, by clipper ship Shooting Star, 17 August, 
1852, died San Francisco, 31 December, 1881. 

Sarah Catharine Smith, born Boston, Mass., removed with her 
mother, by clipper ship Shooting Star, arrived San Francisco, 
California, 17 August, 1852; married San Francisco, 16 Sep- 
tember, 1863, to John Edwin Gorham, born Richmond, Va., 
22 July, 1835, died San Francisco, California, 25 May, 1878. 

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California No. 88 General No. 3553 

SARAH CATHARINE (SMITH) GORHAM 

MRS. JOHN EDWIN GORHAM 

San Francisco,. California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mullins 
(daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the 
Mayflower^, died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 31 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 13 December, 1707. 

Priscilla Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 15 January, 1653, died 
3 June, 1724; married Duxbury, 2 December, 16 — , to the 
Rev. Ichabod Wiswall, born about 1637, died Duxbury, 23 
July, 1700. 

Deborah Wisall, died 22 April, 1776, married 31 October, 
1717, to Samuel Seabury. 

Deborah Seabury, born Duxbury, Mass., 13 April, 1721, died 
Kingston, 23 October, 1802; married 12 July, 1750, to Wrest- 
ling Brewster, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 August, 1724, died 
Kingston, 8 February, 1810. 

HuLDAH Brewster, born Kingston, Mass., 13 November, 1756, 
died Kingston, 25 December, 1833; married Kingston, 25 Jan- 
uary, 1776, to Samuel Stetson, born Kingston, 19 November, 
1749, died Kingston, 12 May, 1828. 

Judith Stetson, born Kingston, Mass., I6 February, 1788, died 
Waltham, Mass., November, 1846; married Kingston, 17 May, 
1810, to David Smith, born Waltham, April, 1789, died Wal- 
tham, 11 February, 1851. 

David Wiswell Smith, born Kingston, Mass., 26 March, 1811, 
removed to California by steamer from New York to the Isthmus 
of Panama, and from thence by steamer Oregon, arrived San 
Francisco, 18 October, 1850, died San Francisco, California, 
13 June, 1873; married Boston, Mass., 31 March, 1836, to 
Sarah Ann Milton, born Boston, 10 July, 1815, arrived San 
Francisco, California, by clipper ship Shooting Star, 17 August, 
1852, died San Francisco, 31 December, 1881. 

Sarah Catharine Smith, born Boston, Mass., removed with her 
mother, by clipper ship Shooting Star, arrived San Francisco. 
California, 17 August, 1852; married San Francisco, I6 Sep- 
tember, 1863 to John Edwin Gorham, born Richmond, Va., 
22 July, 1835, died San Francisco, California, 25 May, 1873. 

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California No. 89 General No. 3554 

CAROLINE LOUISE (SMITH) BURR 

MRS. ELI BURCHARD BURR 

San Francisco, California 

William Brewster, born (probably) at Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Love Brewster, died Duxbury, Mass., before 31 January, 1650-1 ; 
married Plymouth, 15 May, 1634, to Sarah Collier, born about 
1616, died Plymouth, 26 April 1691. 

Wrestling Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., died Duxbury, 1 Janu- 
ary, 1696-7; married to Mary , died Kingston, Mass., 12 

November, 1742. 

Abigail Brewster, born 1683, died 6 May, 1761; married Dux- 
bury, Mass., 28 October, 1707, to Elisha Stetson, died 11 
February, 1755. 

Elisha Stetson, born 30 January, 1719, died Kingston, Mass., 
28 August, 1803; married Kingston, 26 April, 1742, to Sarah 
Adams, born Jones' River Parish, Mass., 1721, died 26 October, 
1804. 

Samuel Stetson, born Kingston, Mass., 19 November, 1749, died 
Kingston, 12 May, 1828; married Kingston, 25 January, 1776, 
to Huldah Brewster, born Kingston, 13 November, 1756, died 
Kingston, 25 December, 1833. 

Judith Stetson, born Kingston, Mass., 16 February, 1788, died 
Waltham, Mass., November, 1846; married Kingston, 17 May, 
1810, to David Smith, born Waltham, April, 1789, died Wal- 
tham, 11 February, 1851. 

David Wiswell Smith, born Kingston, Mass., 26 March, 1811, 
removed to California by steamer from New York to the Isthmus 
of Panama, and from thence by steamer Oregon, arrived San 
Francisco, 18 October, 1850, died San Francisco, California, 
13 June, 1873; married Boston, Mass., 31 March, 1836, to 
Sarah Ann Milton, born Boston, 10 July, 1815, arrived San 
Francisco, California, by clipper ship Shooting Star, 17 August, 
1852, died San Francisco, 31 December, 1881. 

Caroline Louise Smith, born Chelsea, Mass., passenger, with her 
mother, on clipper ship Shooting Star, arrived San Francisco, 
California, 17 August, 1852; married San Francisco, 1 October, 
1872, to Eli Burchard Burr, born Wabash, Ind. 



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California No. 89 General No. 3554 

CAROLINE LOUISE (SMITH) BURR 

MRS. ELI BURCHARD BURR 

San Francisco, California 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 
l6ll to Elizabeth , born about 1583, died Plymouth, 

2 October, 1673. 

Ann Warren, born England, about 1612, died after 19 February, 
1675-6; married Plymouth, Mass., I9 April, 1633, to Thomas 
Little, buried Marshfield, Mass., 12 March, 1671. 

Hannah Little, died Scituate, Mass., 13 May, 1710; married 
Scituate, 25 January, I66I, to Stephen Tilden, died Scituate, 
22 August, 1711. 

Mary Tilden, born Scituate, Mass., 7 April, I668; married to 
James Thomas. 

Hannah Thomas, died Kingston, Mass., 20 August, 1788; married 
Duxbury, Mass., 12 July, 1722, to Wrestling Brewster, born 

3 or 4 August, 1694, died Kingston, 1 January, 1767. 

Wrestling Brewster, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 August, 1724, 
died Kingston, 8 February, 1810; married 12 July, 1750, to 
Deborah Seabury, born Duxbury, Mass., 13 April, 1727, died 
Kingston, 23 October, 1802. 

Huldah Brewster, born Kingston, Mass., 13 November, 1756, 
died Kingston, 25 December, 1833; married Kingston, 25 Jan- 
uary, 1776, to Samuel Stetson, died Kingston, 12 May, 1828. 

Judith Stetson, born Kingston, Mass., 16 February, 1788, died 
Waltham, Mass., November, 1846; married Kingston, Mass., 17 
May, 1810, to David Smith, born Waltham, Mass., April, 1789, 
died Waltham, 11 February, 1851. 

David Wiswell Smith, born Kingston, Mass., 26 March, 1811, 
removed to California by steamer from New York to the Isthmus 
of Panama, and from thence by steamer Oregon, arrived San 
Francisco, 18 October, 1850, died San Francisco, California, 
13 June, 1873; married Boston, Mass., 31 March, 1836, to 
Sarah Ann Milton, born Boston, 10 July, 1815, arrived San 
Francisco, California, by clipper ship Shooting Star, 17 August, 
1852, died San Francisco, 31 December, 1881. 

Caroline Louise Smith, born Chelsea, Mass., passenger, with her 
mother, on clipper ship Shooting Star, arrived San Francisco, 
California, 17 August, 1852; married San Francisco, 1 October, 
1872, to Eli Burchard Burr, born Wabash, Ind. 

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California No. 89 General No. 3554 

CAROLINE LOUISE (SMITH) BURR 

MRS. ELI BURCHARD BURR 

San Francisco, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 September, 
1687; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mullins 
(daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the 
Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 31 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 13 December, 1707. 

Priscilla Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 15 January, 1653, died 
3 June, 1724; married Duxbury, 2 December, l6 — , to the 
Rev. Ichabod Wiswall, born about 1637, died Duxbury, 23 
July, 1700. 

Deborah Wiswall, died 22 April, 1776, married 31 October, 
1717, to Samuel Seabury. 

Deborah Seabury, born Duxbury, Mass., 13 April, 1721, died 
Kingston, 23 October, 1802; married 12 July, 1750, to Wrest- 
ling Brewster, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 August, 1724, died 
Kingston, 8 February, 1810. 

HuLDAH Brewster, born Kingston, Mass., 13 November, 1756, 
died Kingston, 25 December, 1833; married Kingston, 25 Jan- 
uary, 1776, to Samuel Stetson, born Kingston, 19 November, 
1749, died Kingston, 12 May, 1828. 

Judith Stetson, born Kingston, Mass., 16 February, 1788, died 
Waltham, Mass., November, 1846; married Kingston, 17 May, 
1810, to David Smith, born Waltham, April, 1789, died Wal- 
tham, 11 February, 1851. 

David Wiswell Smith, born Kingston, Mass., 26 March, 1811, 
removed to California by steamer from New York to the Isthmus 
of Panama, and from thence by steamer Oregon, arrived San 
Francisco, 18 October, 1850, died San Francisco, California, 
13 June, 1873; married Boston, Mass., 31 March, 1836, to 
Sarah Ann Milton, born Boston, 10 July, 1815, arrived San 
Francisco, California, by clipper ship Shooting Star, 17 August, 
1852, died San Francisco, 31 December, 1881. 

Caroline Louise Smith, born Chelsea, Mass., passenger, with her 
mother, on clipper ship Shooting Star, arrived San Francisco, 
California, 17 August, 1852; married San Francisco, 1 October, 
1872, to Eli Burchard Burr, born Wabash, Ind. 

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California No. 90 General No. S555 

HENRY NORTON ORD 
Berkeley, California 

Edward Fuller, died Plymouth, Mass., between 1 January and 

31 March, 1621; married , died Plymouth, after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Samuel Fuller, died Barnstable, Mass., 31 October, 1683; mar- 
ried Scituate, Mass., 8 April, 1635, to Jane Lothrop, baptized 
Edgerton, Kent, England, 29 September, 1614, died between 
1658 and 1683. 

Samuel Fuller, baptized Scituate, 11 February, 1637-8, died 
Barnstable, Mass., before 29 December, 1692; married Anna 
Fuller, died Barnstable, before 30 December, 1692. 

Benjamin Fuller, married . 

Temperance Fuller, born Barnstable, Mass., 7 March, 1702; 
married 30 March, 1727, to Joseph Blossom, Jr., born Barns- 
table, 14 March, 1703-4. 

James Blossom, born Barnstable, Mass., 9 February, 1731; mar- 
ried 19 June, 1758, to Bethiah Smith. 

AsENATH Blossom, born Barnstable, Mass., 30 August, 1770; mar- 
ried to Peter Norton, born Nantucket, Mass., 7 July, 1765. 

The Hon. Milford Phillips Norton, born Readfield, Maine, 
23 January, 1794, died San Antonio, Texas, 8 June, I860; 
married Readfield, Maine, 1823, to Sarah Ann Oilman, born 
Waterville, Maine, 17 December, 1803, died Readfield, 1829- 

Charles Oilman Norton, born Maine, 1827, died San Antonio, 
Texas, 16 June, I860; married Refugio, Texas, 29 December, 
1853, to Fanny Brown, born Texas, December, 1833, died San 
Antonio, Texas, 14 February, 1894. 

Mary Frances Norton, born Refugio, Texas; married San An- 
tonio, Texas, 9 November, 1879, to Captain Edward Otho 
Cresap Ord, born Benicia, California (son of the late Oeneral 
Edward Otho Cresap Ord, U. S. A., removed to California 
around Cape Horn with Company F, Third Regiment, U. S 
Artillery, in U. S. ship Lexington, arrived San Francisco, 23 
January, 1847). 

Henry Norton Ord, born Fort Clark, Texas. 



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California No. 91 General No. 3556 

MILTON LATHAM 
Paris, France 

James Chilton, died on the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, 8 

December, 1620; married , died Plymouth, Mass., after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Mary Chilton, died Boston, Mass., before May, 1679; married 
Plymouth, between July, 1623, and 22 May, 1627, to John 
WiNSLOw, baptized Droitwich, England, 18 April, 1597, died 
Boston, Mass., between 12 March and 21 May, 1674. 

Susanna Winslow, born Plymouth, 1628, died East Bridgewater, 
before 1683; married Plymouth, 1649, to Robert Latham, died 
Marshfield. 

Chilton Latham, born about 1671, died Bridgewater, Mass., 6 
August, 1751; married Bridgewater, 1699, to Susanna King- 
man, born Bridgewater, 1679, died Bridgewater, 23 June, 1776. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, 16 September, 1705, died 
Bridgewater, 1736; married Bridgewater, 1733, to Alice Allen. 

Nehemiah Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., 1733, died Bridge- 
water, 1807; married Bridgewater, 26 May, 1757, to Lucy 
Harris, died 1797. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., 1758, died Lyme, 
N. H., 25 November, 1843; married Lyme, N. H., May, 1782, 
to Mary Post, born Hebron, Conn., 2 May, 1760, died Lyme, 
N. H., 25 February, 1836. 

Bela Latham, born Lyme, N. H., 23 May, 1794, died Columbus, 
Ohio, 21 April, 1848; married Chilicothe, Ohio, 8 November, 
1821, to Juliana H. S. Sterrett, born 4 September, 1802, died 
Columbus, Ohio, 21 February, 1838. 

James Hoge Latham, born Columbus, Ohio, 28 May, 1830, died 
at sea between New York and Liverpool, 6 June, 1876; married 
Oakland, California, 27 November, I860, to Henrietta Mar- 
shall, born Philadelphia, Penn., 21 October, 1840, died Paris, 
France, 6 February, 1909- 

Milton Slocum Latham, born Sacramento, California. 



Note. — For the wills of Chilton* Latham and Bela' Latham, above, see 
Appendix, pages 206-10. 



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California No. 91 General No. 3556 

MILTON LATHAM 
Paris, France 

Peter Browne^ died Plymouth, Mass., before 10 October, 1633. 

Rebecca Browne, married William Snow, died Bridgewater, 
Mass., 31 January, 1708. 

Rebecca Snow, died Plympton, Mass., 4 April, 1740; married 
Plymouth, Mass., 31 December, 1689, to Samuel Rickard, died 
Plympton, Mass., 7 September, 1727. 

Mehitabel Rickard, born Plympton, Mass., 1 April, 1707; mar- 
ried 12 November, 1730, to Arthur Harris, born 1708. 

Lucy Harris, born Bridgewater, Mass., 1739; married Bridge- 
water, Mass., 26 May, 1757, to Nehemiah Latham, born East 
Bridgewater, Mass., 1735, died East Bridgewater, Mass., 21 
November, 1807. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., l6 February, 1758, 
died Lyme, N. H., 27 November, 1843; married Lyme, N. H., 
20 May, 1782, to Mary Post, born Hebron, Conn., 2 May, 1760, 
died Lyme, N. H., 25 February, 1836. 

Bela Latham, born Lyme, N. H., 23 May, 1794, died Columbus, 
Ohio, 21 April, 1848; married Chilicothe, Ohio, 8 November, 
1821, to Juliana H. S. Sterrett, born 4 September, 1802, died 
Columbus, Ohio, 21 February, 1838. 

James Hoge Latham, born Columbus, Ohio, 1830, died at sea, 
between New York and Liverpool, 6 June, 1876; married Oak- 
land, California, 27 November, I860, to Henrietta Marshall, 
born Philadelphia, Penn., 21 October, 1840, died Paris, France, 
6 February, 1909- 

Milton Slocum Latham, born Sacramento, California. 



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California No. 91 General No. 3556 

MILTON LATHAM 
Paris, France 

James Chilton, died on the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, 8 

December, 1620; married , died Plymouth, Mass., after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Mary Chilton, died Boston, Mass., before May, 1679; married 
Plymouth, Mass., between July, 1623, and 22 May, 1627, to 
John Winslow, baptized Droitwich, England, 18 April, 1597, 
died Boston, Mass., between 12 March and 21 May, 1674. 

Susanna Winslow, born Plj'mouth, Mass., 1628, died East Bridge- 
water, Mass., before 1683; married Plymouth, 1649, to Robert 
Latham, died Marshfield. 

Mercy Latham, born about 1650; married before 19 July, l671j 
to Isaac Harris. 

Isaac Harris, married 27 March, 1707, to Jane Cooke, born 
Plymouth, Mass., 16 March, 1688-9- 

Arthur Harris, born about 1708; married 12 November, 1730, to 
Mehitable Rickard. 

Lucy Harris, born Bridgewater, Mass., about 1739; married about 
1757, to Nehemiah Latham, born East Bridgewater, Mass., 
about 1735, died East Bridgewater, 21 November, 1807. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., l6 February, 1758, 
died Lyme, N. H., 27 November, 1843; married Lyme, N. H., 
20 May, 1782, to Mary Post, born Hebron, Conn., 2 May, 
1760, died Lyme, N. H., 25 February, 1836. 

Bela Latham, born Lyme, N. H., 23 May, 1794, died Columbus, 
Ohio, 21 April, 1848; married Chilicothe, Ohio, 8 November, 
1821, to Juliana H. S. Sterrett, born 4 September, 1802, died 
Columbus, Ohio, 21 February, 1838. 

James Hoge Latham, born Columbus, Ohio, 1830, died at sea, 
6 June, 1876; married Oakland, California, 27 November, I860, 
to Henrietta Marshall, born Philadelphia, Penn., 21 October, 
1840, died Paris, France, 6 February, 1909- 

Milton Slocum Latham, born Sacramento, California. 



Note. — For the settlement of the Estate of Isaac Harris and the will of 
Arthur' Harris, above, see Appendix, pages 201-6. 



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California No. 91 General No. 3556 

MILTON LATHAM 
Paris, France 

Francis Cooke, died Plymouth, Mass., 7 April, 1663; married 
Leyden, Holland, about 1603, to Hester Mahieu, died before 
18 December, 1675. 

Jacob Cooke, born in Holland, about I6l8, died Plymouth, Mass., 
between 11 and 18 December, 1675; married Plymouth, Mass., 
after 10 June, 1646, to Damaris Hopkins, died Plymouth, before 
18 November, 1669. 

Caleb Cooke, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 March, 1651, died 5 

February, 1721-2; married to Jane , died between 8 

and 24 April, 1736. 

Jane Cooke, born Plymouth, Mass., 16 March, 1688-9; married 
27 March, 1707, to Isaac Harris. 

Arthur Harris, born about 1708, died after 27 March, 1750; 
married 12 November, 1730, to Mehitable Richard, died before 
20 May, 1741. 

Lucy Harris, born Bridgewater, Mass., 1739; married Bridge- 
water, Mass., 26 May, 1757, to Nehemiah Latham, born East 
Bridgewater, Mass., about 1735, died East Bridgewater, 21 
November, 1807. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., 16 February, 1758, 
died Lyme, N. H., 25 November, 1843; married Lyme, N. H., 
20 May, 1782, to Mary Post, born Hebron, Conn., 2 May, 1760, 
died Lyme, N. H., 25 February, 1836. 

Bela Latham, born Lyme, N. H., 23 May, 1794, died Columbus, 
Ohio, 21 April, 1848; married Chilicothe, Ohio, 8 November, 
1821, to Juliana H. S. Sterrett, born 4 September, 1802, died 
Columbus, Ohio, 21 February, 1838. 

James Hoge Latham, born Columbus, Ohio, 28 May, 1830, died 
at sea, 6 June, 1876; married Oakland, California, 27 November, 
I860, to Henrietta Marshall, born Philadelphia, Penn., 21 
October, 1840, died Paris, France, 6 February, 1909. 

Milton Slocum Latham, born Sacramento, California. 



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California No. 91 General No. 3556 

MILTON LATHAM 
Paris, France 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 
17 July, 1644. 

Damaris Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., before 18 November, 
1669; married Plymouth, after 10 June, 1646, to Jacob Cooke, 
born in Holland, about I6l8, died Plymouth, Mass., between 
11 and 18 December, 1675. 

Caleb Cooke, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 March, 1651, died 5 

February, 1721-2; married to Jane , died between 8 

and 24 April, 17S6. 

Jane Cooke, born Plymouth, Mass., 16 March, 1688-9; married 
27 March, 1707, to Isaac Harris. 

Arthur Harris, born about 1708, died after 27 March, 1750; 
married 12 November, 1730, to Mehitable Rickard, died before 
20 May, 1741. 

Lucy Harris, born Bridgewater, Mass., 1739; married Bridge- 
water, Mass., 26 May, 1757, to Nehemiah Latham, born East 
Bridgewater, Mass., about 1735, died East Bridgewater, 21 
November, 1807. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., 16 February, 1758, 
died Lyme, N. H., 25 November, 1843; married Lyme, N. H., 
20 May, 1782, to Mary Post, born Hebron, Conn., 2 May, 1760, 
died Lyme, N. H., 25 February, 1836. 

Bela Latham, born Lyme, N. H., 23 May, 1794, died Columbus, 
Ohio, 21 April, 1848; married Chilicothe, Ohio, 8 November, 
1821, to Juliana H. S. Sterrett, born 4 September, 1802, died 
Columbus, Ohio, 21 February, 1838. 

James Hoge Latham, born Columbus, Ohio, 28 May, 1830, died 
at sea, 6 June, 1876; married Oakland, California, 27 November, 
I860, to Henrietta Marshall, born Philadelphia, Penn., 21 
October, 1840, died Paris, France, 6 February, 1909- 

Milton Slocum Latham, born Sacramento, California. 



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California No. 92 General No. 3557 

MISS EDITH LATHAM 
Paris, France 

James Chilton, died on the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, 8 

December, 1620; married , died Plymouth, Mass., after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Mary Chilton, died Boston, Mass., before May, 1679; married 
Plymouth, between July, 1623, and 22 May, 1627, to John 
WiNSLOw, baptized Droitwich, England, 18 April, 1597, died 
Boston, Mass., between 12 March and 21 May, 1674. 

Susanna Winslow, born Plymouth, 1628, died East Bridgewater, 
before 1683; married Plymouth, 1649, to Robert Latham, died 
Marshfield. 

Chilton Latham, born about 1671, died Bridgewater, Mass., 6 
August, 1751; married Bridgewater, 1699, to Susanna King- 
man, born Bridgewater, 1679, died Bridgewater, 23 June, 1776. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, l6 September, 1705, died 
Bridgewater, 1736; married Bridgewater, 1733, to Alice Allen. 

Nehemiah Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., 1733, died Bridge- 
water, 1807; married Bridgewater, 26 May, 1757, to Lucy 
Harris, died 1797. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., 1758, died Lyme, 
N. H., 25 November, 1843; married Lyme, N. H., May, 1782, 
to Mary Post, born Hebron, Conn., 2 May, 1760, died Lyme, 
N. H., 25 February, 1836. 

Bela Latham, born Lyme, N. H., 23 May, 1794, died Columbus, 
Ohio, 21 April, 1848; married Chilicothe, Ohio, 8 November, 
1821, to Juliana H. S. Sterrett, born 4 September, 1802, died 
Columbus, Ohio, 21 February, 1838. 

James Hoge Latham, born Columbus, Ohio, 28 May, 1830, died 
at sea between New York and Liverpool, 6 June, 1876; married 
Oakland, California, 27 November, I860, to Henrietta Mar- 
shall, born Philadelphia, Penn., 21 October, 1840, died Paris, 
France, 6 February, 1909- 

Edith Latham, born Virginia City, Nevada. 



Note.— For the wills of Chilton* Latham and Bela* Latham, above, see 
Appendix, pages 206-10. 



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California No. 92 General No. 8557 

MISS EDITH LATHAM 
Paris, France 

Peter Browne, died Plymouth, Mass., before 10 October, 1633. 

Rebecca Browne, married William Snow, died Bridgewater, 
Mass., 31 January, 1708. 

Rebecca Snow, died Plympton, Mass., 4 April, 1740; married 
Plymouth, Mass., 31 December, 1689, to Samuel Richard, died 
Plympton, Mass., 7 September, 1727. 

Mehitabel Richard, born Plympton, Mass., 1 April, 1707; mar- 
ried 12 November, 1730, to Arthur Harris, born 1708. 

Lucy Harris, born Bridgewater, Mass., 1739; married Bridge- 
water, Mass., 26 May, 1757, to Nehemiah Latham, born East 
Bridgewater, Mass., 1735, died East Bridgewater, Mass., 21 
November, 1807. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., 16 February, 1758, 
died Lyme, N. H., 27 November, 1843; married Lyme, N. H., 
20 May, 1782, to Mary Post, born Hebron, Conn., 2 May, 1760, 
died Lyme, N. H., 25 February, 1836. 

Bela Latham, born Lyme, N. H., 23 May, 1794, died Columbus, 
Ohio, 21 April, 1848; married Chilicothe, Ohio, 8 November, 
1821, to Juliana H. S. Sterrett, born 4 September, 1802, died 
Columbus, Ohio, 21 February, 1838. 

James Hoge Latham, born Columbus, Ohio, 1830, died at sea, 
between New York and Liverpool, 6 June, 1876; married Oak- 
land, California, 27 November, I860, to Henrietta Marshall, 
born Philadelphia, Penn., 21 October, 1840, died Paris, France, 
6 February, 1909- 

Edith Latham, born Virginia City, Nevada. 



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California No. 92 General No. 3557 

MISS EDITH LATHAM 
Paris, France 

James Chilton, died on the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, 8 

December, 1620; married , died Plymouth, Mass., after 

1 January, 1620-1. 

Mary Chilton, died Boston, Mass., before May, 1679; married 
Plymouth, between July, 1623, and 22 May, 1627, to John 
WiNSLOw, baptized Droitwich, England, 18 April, 1597, died 
Boston, Mass., between 12 March and 21 May, 1674. 

Susanna Winslow, born Plymouth, 1628, died East Bridgewater, 
before 1683; married Plymouth, 1649, to Robert Latham, died 
Marshfield. 

Mercy Latham, born about 1650; married before 19 July, 1671, 
to Isaac Harris. 

Isaac Harris, married 27 March, 1707, to Jane Cooke, born 
Plymouth, Mass., 16 March, 1688-9. 

Arthur Harris, born about 1708; married 12 November, 1730, to 
Mehitable Richard. 

Lucy Harris, born Bridgewater, Mass., about 1739; married about 
1757, to Nehemiah Latham, born East Bridgewater, Mass., 
about 1735, died East Bridgewater, 21 November, 1807. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., 16 February, 1758, 
died Lyme, N. H., 27 November, 1843; married Lyme, N. H., 
20 May, 1782, to Mary Post, born Hebron, Conn., 2 May, 
1760, died Lyme, N. H., 25 February, 1836. 

Bela Latham, born Lyme, N. H., 23 May, 1794, died Columbus, 
Ohio, 21 April, 1848; married Chilicothe, Ohio, 8 November, 
1821, to Juliana H. S. Sterrett, born 4 September, 1802, died 
Columbus, Ohio, 21 February, 1838. 

James Hoge Latham, born Columbus, Ohio, 1830, died at sea, 
6 June, 1876; married Oakland, California, 27 November, I860, 
to Henrietta Marshall, born Philadelphia, Penn., 21 October, 
1840, died Paris, France, 6 February, 1909. 

Edith Latham, born Virginia City, Nevada. 



Note. — For the settlement of the Estate of Isaac Harris and the will of 
Arthur' Harris, above, see Appendix, pages 201-6. 



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California No. 92 General No. S557 

MISS EDITH LATHAM 
Paris, France 

Francis Cooke, died Plymouth, Mass., 7 April, 1663; married 
Leyden, Holland, about 1603, to Hester Mahieu, died before 
18 December, 1675. 

Jacob Cooke, born in Holland, about 1618, died Plymouth, Mass., 
between 11 and 18 December, 1675; married Plymouth, Mass., 
after 10 June, 1646, to Damaris Hopkins, died Plymouth, before 
18 November, 1669. 

Caleb Cooke, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 March, 1651, died 5 

February, 1721-2; married to Jane , died between 8 

and 24 April, 1736. 

Jane Cooke, born Plymouth, Mass., 16 March, 1688-9; married 
27 March, 1707, to Isaac Harris. 

Arthur Harris, born about 1708, died after 27 March, 1750; 
married 12 November, 1730, to Mehitable Rickard, died before 
20 May, 1741. 

Lucy Harris, born Bridgewater, Mass., 1739; married Bridge- 
water, Mass., 26 May, 1757, to Nehemiah Latham, born East 
Bridgewater, Mass., about 1735, died East Bridgewater, 21 
November, 1807. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., 16 February, 1758, 
died Lyme, N. H., 25 November, 1843; married Lyme, N. H., 
20 May, 1782, to Mary Post, born Hebron, Conn., 2 May, 1760, 
died Lyme, N. H., 25 February, 1836. 

Bela Latham, born Lyme, N. H., 23 May, 1794, died Columbus, 
Ohio, 21 April, 1848; married Chilicothe, Ohio, 8 November, 
1821, to Juliana H. S. Sterrett, born 4 September, 1802, died 
Columbus, Ohio, 21 February, 1838. 

James Hoge Latham, born Columbus, Ohio, 28 May, 1880, died 
at sea, 6 June, 1876; married Oakland, California, 27 November, 
I860, to Henrietta Marshall, born Philadelphia, Penn., 21 
October, 1840, died Paris, France, 6 February, 1909- 

Edith Latham, born Virginia City, Nevada. 



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California No. 92 General No. 3557 

MISS EDITH LATHAM 
Paris, France 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 
17 July, 1644. 

Damaris Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., before 18 November, 
1669; married Plymouth, after 10 June, 1646, to Jacob Cooke, 
born in Holland, about 1618, died Plymouth, Mass., between 
11 and 18 December, 1675. 

Caleb Cooke, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 March, 1651, died 5 

February, 1721-2; married to Jane , died between 8 

and 24 April, 1736. 

Jane Cooke, born Plymouth, Mass., 16 March, 1688-9; married 
27 March, 1707, to Isaac Harris. 

Arthur Harris, born about 1708, died after 27 March, 1750; 
married 12 November, 1730, to Mehitable Rickard, died before 
20 May, 1741. 

Lucy Harris, born Bridgewater, Mass., 1739; married Bridge- 
water, Mass., 26 May, 1757, to Nehemiah Latham, born East 
Bridgewater, Mass., about 1735, died East Bridgewater, 21 
November, 1807. 

Arthur Latham, born Bridgewater, Mass., 16 February, 1758, 
died Lyme, N. H., 25 November, 1843; married Lyme, N. H,, 
20 May, 1782, to Mary Post, born Hebron, Conn., 2 May, 1760, 
died Lyme, N. H., 25 February, 1836. 

Bela Latham, born Lyme, N. H., 23 May, 1794, died Columbus, 
Ohio, 21 April, 1848; married Chilicothe, Ohio, 8 November, 
1821, to Juliana H. S. Sterrett, born 4 Spetember, 1802, died 
Columbus, Ohio, 21 February, 1838. 

James Hoge Latham, born Columbus, Ohio, 28 May, 1830, died 
at sea, 6 June, 1876; married Oakland, California, 27 November, 
I860, to Henrietta Marshall, born Philadelphia, Penn., 21 
October, 1840, died Paris, France, 6 February, 1909. 

Edith Latham, born Virginia City, Nevada. 



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California No. 93 General No. 3576 

ADELAIDE (JUNIPHER) HUNT 

MRS. JOHN STANDISH HUNT 

Santa Monica, California 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 
l6ll to Elizabeth , died Plymouth, 2 October, 1678. 

Mary Warren, born in England, before 1612, died Plymouth, 
27 March, 1683; married to Robert Bartlett, died Plymouth, 
between 19 September and 29 October, 1676. 

Joseph Bartlett, born Plymouth, about 1639, died Plymouth, 
18 February, 1711-2; married to Hannah Pope, born Plymouth, 
about 1639, died Plymouth, 12 March, 1710-11. 

Joseph Bartlett, born Plymouth, Mass., about 1665, died before 
1705; married 1692 to Lydia Griswold. 

Joseph Bartlett, born Plymouth, Mass., 15 May, 1693; married 
1717, to Elizabeth Bartlett. 

Sylvanus Bartlett, born 1719; married 7 July, 1743, to Martha 
Wait. 

Jesse Bartlett, born Plymouth, Mass., 1772, died Logan, Ohio, 
about 1846; married to Betsy L. Drew, born Plymouth, 25 
December, 1781, died Plymouth, 23 September, 1806. 

Sylvanus Bartlett, born Plymouth, Mass., 23 November, 1798, 
died New Plymouth, Ohio, 29 September, 1849; married Athens, 
Ohio, 14 August, 1823, to Amanda Bingham, born Athens, Ohio, 
10 July, 1798, died Greendale, Ohio, 2 December, 1881. 

Julia Bingham Bartlett, born New Plymouth, Ohio; married 
Logan, Ohio, 9 February, 1869, to Alexander Junipher, born 
Nelsonville, Ohio, removed to California, by rail, in 1903. 

Adelaide Junipher, born Greendale, Ohio, removed to California 
in 1900; married Greendale, Ohio, 11 June, 1890, to John 
Standish Hunt, born Newark, Ohio. 



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California No. 94 General No. 3577 

FRANK ALDEN CHURCH 
San Francisco, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1787; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mul- 
LiNS, daughter William and Alice Mullins, all passengers on 
the Mayflower, died after 1650. 

Joseph Alden, born Plymouth, after 22 May, 1627, died Bridge- 
water, Mass., 8 February, 1697; married to Mary Simmons. 

John Alden, born about 1674, died Middleboro, Mass., 29 Sep- 
tember, 1730; married to Hannah White, born Weymouth, 
Mass., 5 May, 1681, died Middleboro, 5 October, 1732. 

John Alden, born Middleboro, 10 September, 1718, died 27 
March, 1821; married 14 May, 1739, to Lydia Lazell, died 
17 April, 1749. 

John Alden, born 7 February, 1740 (N. S.), died before 28 
March, 1817; married to Lois Southworth. 

Lydia L. Alden, born 2 October, 1775, died 22 September, 1835; 
married 28 November, 1792, to Gamaliel Church, born 26 
January, 1766, died 27 May, 1844. 

Isaac Sherman Church, born Fairhaven, Mass., 17 April, 1820, 
died San Francisco, California, 12 September, 1904; married 
San Francisco, 26 May, 1855, to Sarah Lavinia Foard, born 
Cecil County, Maryland, 16 February, 1823, removed to Cali- 
fornia via Panama (crossing the Isthmus on muleback) in 1853, 
died San Francisco, California, August, 1915. 

Frank Alden Church, born Petaluma, California. 



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California No. 9* ^ General No. 3577 

FRANK ALDEN CHURCH 
San Francisco, California 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 

l6ll, to Elizabeth , born about 1583, died Plymouth, 

Mass., 2 October, 1673. 

Elizabeth Warren, born Hingham, Mass., 9 March, 1669-70; 
married Plymouth, about 1635, to Richard Church, born about 
1608, died Dedham, Mass., 27 December, 1668. 

Joseph Church, born Plymouth, Mass., about 1638, died Little 
Compton, R. I., 5 March, 1711; married 30 December, 1660, to 
Mary Tucker, baptized Hingham, Mass., 8 October, 1640, died 
Little Compton, R. L, 21 March, 1710. 

Joseph Church, born June, 1663, died Little Compton, R. I., 
19 December, 1715; married Little Compton, 1688, to Grace 
Shaw, born 1666, died 1 March, 1737. 

Nathaniel Church, born 8 February, 1693; married Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 14 March, 1717, to Innocent Head. 

Caleb Church, born 28 April, 1728, died 1771; married 21 Sep- 
tember, 1751, to Mercy Pope, born 26 January, 1729-30, died 
before 8 December, 1780. 

Gamaliel Church, born 26 January, 1766, died 27 May, 1844; 
married 28 November, 1792, to Lydia Alden, born 2 October, 
1775, died 22 September, 1835. 

Isaac Sherman Church, born Fairhaven, Mass., 17 April, 1820, 
died, San Francisco, California, 12 September, 1904; married 
San Francisco, 26 May, 1855, to Sarah Lavinia Foard, born 
Cecil County, Maryland, 16 February, 1823, removed to Cali- 
fornia via Panama (crossing the Isthmus on muleback) in 1858, 
died San Francisco, August, 1915. 

Frank Alden Church, born Petaluma, California. 



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California No. 95 General No. S587 

BETHUEL MERRITT NEWCOMB 
Berkeley, California 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 
July, 1644. 

Gyles Hopkins, died Eastham, Mass., before 16 April, 1690; 
married 9 October, 1639, to Catherine Wheldon, died after 5 
March, 1688-9. 

Deborah Hopkins, married Eastham, Mass., 27 July, 1668, to 
JosiAH Cook. 

Elizabeth Cook, born Eastham, Mass., June, 1674; married Oc- 
tober, 1693, to Thomas Newcomb, died after 1722. 

Thomas Newcomb, born Eastham, Mass., 13 August, 1697, died 

after 1761; married (1) Hepzibah , died before 31 

May, 1732. 

Silas Newcomb, born Provincetown, Mass., 19 April, 1725; mar- 
ried 5 August, 1748, to Susannah Kilbourne. 

Silas Newcomb, born Provincetown, Mass., 16 December, 1761, 
died Hingham, Mass., 13 May, 1848; married, about 1782, to 

AZUBAH CrOWELL. 

William Newcomb, died Burnham, Maine, 25 August, 1850; mar- 
ried Warren, Maine, 10 April, 1815, to Elizabeth Sidens- 
parker, born Thomaston, Maine, 25 August, 1798, died Milford, 
Maine, 18 September, 1866. 

Jedidiah Newcomb, born Thomaston, Maine, 30 January, 1820, 
died Yankee Jim, California, 2 July, 1852; married Burnham, 
Maine, 1 March, 1846, to Deborah Charlotte Shaw, born 
Franklin County, Maine, 26 February, 1826, died Oat Hill, 
California, 6 September, 1906. 

Bethuel Merritt Newcomb, born Burnham, Maine; married 
Belfast, Maine, to Annie Sarah Harkness, born Belfast, Maine. 



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California No. 96 General No. 3588 

JULIA ADA (NEWCOMB) MUNGER 

MRS. JAMES KNOX POLK MUNGER 

San Jose, California 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 
July, 1644. 

Gyles Hopkins, died Eastham, Mass., before 16 April, 1690; 
married 9 October, 1639, to Catherine Wheldon, died after 5 
March, 1688-9. 

Deborah Hopkins, married Eastham, Mass., 27 July, 1668, to 
JosiAH Cook. 

Elizabeth Cook, born Eastham, Mass., June, 1674; married Oc- 
tober, 1693, to Thomas Newcomb, died after 1722. 

Thomas Newcomb, born Eastham, Mass., 13 August, 1697, died 

after 1761; married (1) Hepzibah , died before 31 

May, 1732. 

Silas Newcomb, born Provincetown, Mass., 19 April, 1725; mar- 
ried 5 August, 1748, to Susannah Kilbourne. 

Silas Newcomb, born Provincetown, Mass., 16 December, 1761, 
died Hingham, Mass., 13 May, 1848; married, about 1782, to 
Azubah Crowell. 

William Newcomb, died Burnham, Maine, 25 August, 1850; mar- 
ried Warren, Maine, 10 April, 1815, to Elizabeth Sidens- 
PARKER, born Thomaston, Maine, 25 August, 1798, died Milford, 
Maine, 18 September, 1866. 

Jedidiah Newcomb, born Thomaston, Maine, 30 January, 1820, 
died Yankee Jim, California, 2 July, 1852; married Burnham, 
Maine, 1 March, 1846, to Deborah Charlotte Shaw, born 
Franklin County, Maine, 26 February, 1826, died Oat Hill, 
California, 6 September, I906. 

Julia Ada Newcomb, born Burnham, Maine; married Corning, 
Iowa, 29 November, 1877, to James Knox Polk Munger, born 
Farrington, 111. 



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California No. 97 General No. 3589 

ALICE MAUD (BLANCHARD) VALENTINE 

MRS. JOHN JOSEPH VALENTINE 

Oakland, California 

William Brewster, born (probably) Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to 

Mary , born 1568-9, died Plymouth, Mass., 17 April, 

1627. 

Jonathan Brewster, born Scrooby, England, 12 August, 1593, 
died New London, Conn., 7 August, 1659; married Plymouth, 
Mass., to LucRETiA Oldham, died New London, Conn,, 4 March, 
1678-9. 

Mary Brewster, born Plymouth, Mass., 16 April, 1627; married 
Plymouth, 10 November, 1645, to John Turner. 

Joseph Turner, born Scituate, Mass., 12 January, 1648, died 
Scituate, 13 February, 1724; married Hingham, Mass., 19 
November, 1674, to Bathshua (Hobart) Leavitt, born Hing- 
ham, October, 1640, died Scituate, 14 April, 1724. 

Bathshua Turner, born Scituate, Mass., 30 December, 1679, died 
Scituate, 16 March, 1744; married Scituate, 1 December, 1698, 
to Hatherly Foster, born Dorchester, Mass., 22 September, 
1671, died Scituate, 11 July, 1751. 

Elizabeth Foster, born Scituate, Mass., 14 February, 1721; mar- 
ried Scituate, 21 April, 1741, to Joshua Barstow, born 8 Sep- 
tember, 1720, died 3 October, 1763. 

Timothy Barstow, died Portland, Maine, 9 August, 1837; married 
Portland, Maine (intentions), 18 November, 1797, to Susanna 
Simonton, born Cape Elizabeth, Maine, 30 September, 1766, 
died Portland, Maine, 5 March, 1848. 

George Simonton Barstow, born Portland, Maine, 22 December, 
1807, died Portland, 7 March, 1874; married Portland, 7 Jan- 
uary, 1830, to Ellen Merrill, born Newburyport, Mass., 17 
May, 1807, died Portland, 17 August, 1873. 

Abbie Merrill Barstow, born Portland, Maine, 20 February, 
1833, died Seattle, Wash., 31 October, 1887; married Ports- 
mouth, N. H., 11 September, 1851, to Dudley Blanchard, 
born Cumberland, Maine, 17 January, 1821, died Tacoma, Wash., 
24 December, 1903. 

Alice Maud Blanchard, born Morris Township, Penn.; married 
Seattle, Wash., 23 August, 1888, to John Joseph Valentine, 
born Bowling Green, Ky., 12 November, 1840, died Oakland, 
California, 21 December, 1899- 

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California No. 97 General No. 3589 

ALICE MAUD (BLANCHARD) VALENTINE 

MRS. JOHN JOSEPH VALENTINE 

Oakland, Califoniia 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1687; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mullins 
(daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the 
Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 31 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. I., 13 December, 1707. 

Mary Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 7 August, 1648; married 
Duxbury, 16 November, 1671, to Edward Southworth. 

Mercy Southworth, born Duxbury, Mass., about 1680, died Dux- 
bury, after 1728; married about 1701 to Moses Soule, died 
Duxbury, after 1748. 

Barnabas Soule, born Duxbury, Mass., about 1705, died North 
Yarmouth, Maine, 8 April, 1780; married about 1737 to Jane 
Bradbury, baptized Salisbury, Mass., 4 August, 1718. 

Mercy Soule, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 27 November, 1749, 
died 1 June, 1816; married about 1769 to Ozias Blanchard, 
died 2 September, 1826. 

John Blanchard, born 30 October, 1789, died 14 October, 1857; 
married January, 1811, to Judith Merrill, born 16 October, 
1792, died Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, 5 April, 1866. 

Dudley Blanchard, born Cumberland, Maine, 17 January, 1821, 
died Tacoma, Wash., 24 December, 1903; married Portsmouth, 
N. H., 11 September, 1851, to Abbie Merrill Barstow, born 
Portland, Maine, 20 February, 1833, died Seattle, Wash., 31 
October, 1887. 

Alice Maud Blanchard, born Morris Township, Penn. ; married 
Seattle, Wash., 23 May, 1888, to John Joseph Valentine, born 
Bowling Green, Ky., 12 November, 1840, died Oakland, Cali- 
fornia, 21 December, 1899. 



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California No. 97 General No. S589 

ALICE MAUD (BLANCHARD) VALENTINE 

MRS. JOHN JOSEPH VALENTINE 

Oakland, California 

George Soule, died Duxbury, Mass., before 23 January, 1679-80; 

married Plymouth, Mass., before 1627 to Mary , died 

Duxbury, Mass., December, 1676. 

John Soule, born about 1632, died Duxbury, Mass., 14 Novem- 
ber, 1707; married Hester . 

Moses Soule, born Duxbury, 1632; married about 1701 to Merct 
Southworth, born Duxbury, died Duxbury. 

Barnabas Soule, born Duxbury, Mass., 1705, died North Yar- 
mouth, Maine, 8 April, 1780; married 1737 to Jane Bradbury, 
born about 1718. 

Mercy Soule, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 27 November, 17*9, 
died 1 June, 1816; married about 1769 to Ozias Blanchard, 
died 2 September, 1826. 

John Blanchard, born North Yarmouth, Maine, 30 October, 
1789, died 14< October, 1857; married 1811 to Judith Merrill, 
born 16 October, 1792, died Lock Haven, Penn., 5 April, 1866. 

Dudley Blanchard, born Cumberland, Maine, 17 January, 1821, 
died Tacoma, Wash., 24 December, 1903; married Portsmouth, 
N. H., 11 September, 1851, to Abbie Merrill Barstow, born 
Portland, Maine, 20 February, 1833, died Seattle, Wash., 31 
October, 1887. 

Alice Maud Blanchard, born Morristown Township, Penn.; mar- 
ried Seattle, Wash., 23 May, 1888, to John Joseph Valentine, 
born Bowling Green, Ky., 12 November, 1840, died Oakland, 
California, 21 December, 1899. 



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California No. 98 General No. S6lO 

MARY BLANCHE (CUSHMAN) HUBBARD 

MRS. CYRUS HAYDEN HUBBARD 

Berkeley, California 

Isaac Allerton, born about 1586, died New Haven, Conn., be- 
tween 1 and 12 February, 1658-9; married Leyden, Holland, 
4 November, l6ll, to Mary Norris, died Plymouth, 25 Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary Allerton, born Leyden, Holland, died Plymouth, Mass., 
28 November, 1699; married Plymouth, about 1636, to Thomas 
CusHMAN, born February, 1608, died Plymouth, 10 or 11 De- 
cember, 1691. 

Thomas Cushman, born Plymouth, September, 1637, died Plymp- 
ton, 23 August, 1726; married Plymouth, 17 November, 1664, 
to Ruth Howland, died between 1672 and 1679- 

Robert Cushman, born Plymouth, 4 October, 1664, died Kingston, 

Mass., 7 September, 1757; married about 1697 to Persis , 

born about 1670, died Kingston, 14 January, 1743-4. 

Thomas Cushman, born Plymouth, 14 February, 1706, died Kings- 
ton, Mass., 17 June, 1768; married to Mehitable Faunce, bom 
11 April, 1722, died Kingston, 19 June, 1761. 

James Cushman, born Kingston, 22 December, 1756, died Kings- 
ton, 15-24 November, 1832; married June, 1780, to Mercy 
Morton, born 19 April, 1762, died 15 January, 1827. 

Nathaniel Cushman, born Kingston, 8 July, 1781, died Kingston, 
17 July, 1868; married Kingston, 1 January, 1809, to Rebecca 
SouLE Stetson, born Kingston, 19 March, 1783, died Kingston, 
23 April, 1862. 

Mathew Smith Cushman, born Kingston, 21 June, 1811, sailed 
from New York by steamer Arago, and from Panama by steamer 
America, arriving Sacramento, California, January, 1868, died 
Sacramento, California, 28 November, 1891; married Phoenix, 
N. Y., 6 November, 1853, to Mary Minerva Burke, born 
Phoenix, N. Y., accompanied her husband to California. 

Mary Blanche Cushman, born Phoenix, N. Y., arrived in Sacra- 
mento with her parents, in January, 1 868 ; married Sacramento, 
California, 24 December, 1876, to Cyrus Hayden Hubbard, 
born Poland, Ohio, 22 February, 1841, removed to California, 
by steamer, about 1865, died Berkeley, California, 7 December, 
1907. 

Note. — For abstracts of records proving the existence of an hitherto un- 
known son of Thomas' and Ruth=^ (Howland) Cushman, above, see Appendix, 
pages 217-26 inclusive. 

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MARY BLANCHE (CUSHMAN) HUBBARD 

MRS. CYRUS HAYDEN HUBBARD 

Berkeley, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 September, 
1687; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mulmns 
(daughter of William and Alice Mullins, passengers on the 
Mayflower), died after 1650. 

Elizabeth Alden, born Plymouth, Mass., died Little Compton, 
R. I., 31 May, 1717; married Duxbury, Mass., 26 December, 
1644, to William Pabodie, born about 1620, died Little Comp- 
ton, R. L, 13 December, 1707. 

Priscilla Pabodie, born Duxbury, Mass., 15 January, 1653, died 
S June, 1724; married Duxbury, 2 December, 16 — , to the 
Rev. Ichabod Wiswall, born about 1637, died Duxbury, 23 
July, 1700. 

Deborah Wiswall, died 22 April, 1776, married 31 October, 
1717, to Samuel Seabury. 

Deborah Seabury, born Duxbury, Mass., 13 April, 1721, died 
Kingston, 23 October, 1802; married 12 July, 1750, to Wrest- 
ling Brewster, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 August, 1724, died 
Kingston, 8 February, 1810. 

Huldah Brewster, born Kingston, Mass., 13 November, 1756, 
died Kingston, 25 December, 1833; married Kingston, 25 Jan- 
uary, 1776, to Samuel Stetson, born Kingston, 19 November, 
1749, died Kingston, 12 May, 1828. 

Rebecca Soule Stetson, born Kingston, 19 March, 1783, died 
Kingston, 23 April, 1862; married Kingston, 1 January, 1809. 
to Nathaniel Cushman, born Kingston, 8 July, 1781, died 
Kingston, 17 July, 1868. 

Mathew Smith Cushman, born Kingston, 21 June, 1811, sailed 
from New York by steamer Arago, and from Panama by steamer 
America, arriving Sacramento, California, January, 1868, died 
Sacramento, California, 28 November, 1891 ; married Phoenix, 
N. Y., 6 November, 1853, to Mary Minerva Burke, born 
Phoenix, N. Y., accompanied her husband to California. 

Mary Blanche Cushman, born Phoenix, N. Y., arrived in Sacra- 
mento with her parents, in January, 1868; married Sacramento. 
California, 24 December, 1876, to Cyrus Hayden Hubbard, 
born Poland, Ohio, 22 February, 1841, removed to California, 
by steamer, about 1865, died Berkeley, California, 7 December, 
1907. 



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California No. 98 General No. 8610 

MARY BLANCHE (CUSHMAN) HUBBARD 

MRS. CYRUS HAYDEN HUBBARD 

Berkeley, California 

William Brewster, born (probably) at Scrooby, England, 1566-7, 
died Plymouth, 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Marv 
, born 1568-69, died Plymouth, 17 April, 1627. 

Love Brewster, died Duxbury, Mass., before 31 January, 1650-1 ; 
married Plymouth, 15 May, 1634, to Sarah Collier, born about 
I6l6, died Plymouth, 26 April, 1691. 

Wrestling Brewster, born Duxbury, Mass., died Duxbury, I 

.January, 1696-7; married to Mary , died Kingston, 

Mass., 12 November, 1742. 

Wrestling Brewster, born 3-4 August, 1694, died Kingston. 
Mass., 1 January, — ; married 12 July, 1722, to Hannah 
Thomas, born Duxbury, 30 August, 1698, died Kingston, 20 
August, 1788. 

Wrestling Brewster, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 August, 1724, 
died Kingston, 8 February, 1810; married 12 July, 1750, to 
Deborah Seabury, born Duxbury, 13 April, 1721, died Kings- 
ton, 23 October, 1802. 

HuLDAH Brewster, born Kingston, 13 November, 1756, died 
Kingston, 25 December, 1833; married Kingston, 25 January, 
1776, to Samuel Stetson, born Kingston, 19 November, 1749, 
died Kingston, 12 May, 1828. 

Rebecca Soule Stetson, born Kingston, 19 March, 178S, died 
Kingston, 23 April, 1862; married Kingston, 1 January, 1809, 
to Nathaniel Cushman, born Kingston, 8 July, 1781, died 
Kingston, 17 July, 1868. 

Mathew Smith Cushman, born Kingston, 21 June, 1811, died 
Sacramento, California, 28 November, 1891; married Phoenix, 
N, Y., 6 November, 1853, to Mary Minerva Burke, born 
Phoenix, N. Y. 

Mary Blanche Cushman, born Phoenix, N. Y. ; married Sacra- 
mento, California, 24 December, 1876, to Cyrus Hayden Hub- 
bard, born Poland, Ohio, 22 February, 1841, died Berkeley, 
California, 7 December, 1907. 



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California No. 98 General No. 3610 

MARY BLANCHE (CUSHMAN) HUBBARD 

MRS. CYRUS HAYDEN HUBBARD 

Berkeley, California 

Francis Cooke, died Plymouth, Mass., 7 April, 1663; married 
Leyden, Holland, 1603, to Hester Mahieu, died before 18 
December, 1675. 

Jacob Cooke, born Holland, about 1618, died Plymouth, Mass., 
between 11 and 18 December, 1675; married Plymouth, Mass., 
after 10 June, 1646, to Damaris Hopkins, died Plymouth, before 
18 November, 1669- 

Jacob Cooke, born 1653, died Kingston, Mass., 24 April, 1747; 
married to Lydia Miller, born about l66l, died 1 March, 

1727-8. 

Lydia Cooke, born 18 May, 1685, died Kingston, Mass., 7 July, 
1738; married 1710 to John Faunce, born 3 December, 1683, 
died Kingston, 18 November, 1751. 

Mehitable Faunce, born 11 April, 1722, died Kingston, 19 June, 
1761; married to Thomas Cushman, born Plymouth, Mass., 14 
February, 1706, died Kingston, 13 June, 1768. 

James Cushman, born Kingston, 22 December, 1756, died Kings- 
ton, 15-24 November, 1832; married June, 1780, to Mercy 
Morton, born 19 April, 1762, died 15 January, 1827. 

Nathaniel Cushman, born Kingston, 8 July, 1781, died Kingston, 
17 July, 1868; married Kingston, 1 January, 1809, to Rebecca 
SouLE Stetson, born Kingston, 19 March, 1783, died Kingston, 
23 April, 1862. 

Mathew Smith Cushman, born Kingston, 21 June, 1811, sailed 
from New York by steamer Arago, and from Panama by steamer 
America, arriving Sacramento, California, January, 1868, died 
Sacramento, California, 28 November, 1891; married Phoenix, 
N. Y., 6 November, 1853, to Mary Minerva Burke, born 
Phoenix, N. Y., accompanied her husband to California. 

Mary Blanche Cushman, born Phoenix, N. Y., arrived in Sacra- 
mento with her parents, in January, 1868; married Sacramento, 
California, 24 December, 1876, to Cyrus Hayden Hubbard, 
born Poland, Ohio, 22 February, 1841, removed to California, 
by steamer, about 1865, died Berkeley, California, 7 December, 
1907. 



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California No. 98 General No. 3610 

MARY BLANCHE (CUSHMAN) HUBBARD 

MRS, CYRUS HAYDEN HUBBARD 

Berkeley, California 

Edward Doty^ died Plymouth, Mass., 23 August, 1655; married 
Plymouth, 6 January, 1634, to Faith Clarke, buried Marsh- 
field, Mass., 21 December, 1675. 

Edward Doty, born Plymouth, probably 1637, died Plymouth, 8 
February, 1689-90; married Plymouth, 26 February, 1662, to 
Sarah Faunce, born about 1645, died Plymouth, 27 June, 1695. 

Martha Doty, born Plymouth, 9 July, 1671; married 23 Decem- 
ber, 1696, to Thomas Morton, born Plymouth, 1667. 

Nathaniel Morton, born Plymouth, 2 October, 1710; married 
13 November, 1740, to (2) Mary Ellis. 

Mercy Morton, born 19 April, 1762, died 15 January, 1827; 
married June, 1780, to James Cushman, born Kingston, Mass., 

22 December, 1756, died Kingston, 15-24 November, 1832. 

Nathaniel Cushman, born Kingston, 8 July, 1781, died Kingston, 
17 July, 1868; married Kingston, 1 January, 1809, to Rebecca 
SouLE Stetson, born Kingston, 19 March, 1783, died Kingston, 

23 April, 1862. 

Mathew Smith Cushman, born Kingston, 21 June, 1811, died 
Sacramento, California, 28 November, 1891; married Phoenix, 
N. Y., 6 November, 1853, to Mary Minerva Burke, born 
Phoenix, N. Y. 

Mary Blanche Cushman, born Phoenix, N. Y. ; married Sacra- 
mento, California, 24 December, 1876, to Cyrus Hayden Hub- 
bard, born Poland, Ohio, 22 February, 1841, died Berkeley, 
California, 7 December, 1907. 



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California No. 98 General No. 3610 

MARY BLANCHE (CUSHMAN) HUBBARD 

MRS. CYRUS HAYDEN HUBBARD 

Berkeley, California 

Stephen Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., between 6 June and 17 
July, 1644; married (2) to Elizabeth . 

Damaris Hopkins, died Plymouth, Mass., before 18 November, 
1669; married Plymouth, after 10 June, 1646, to Jacob Cooke, 
born Holland, about l6l8, died Plymouth, between 11 and 18 
December, 1675. 

Jacob Cooke, died Kingston, Mass., 24 April, 1747; married to 
Lydia Miller. 

Lydia Cooke, born 18 May, 1685, died Kingston, Mass., 7 July, 
1738; married 1710 to John Faunce, born 3 December, 1683, 
died Kingston, 18 November, 1751. 

Mehitable Faunce, born 11 April, 1722, died Kingston, 19 June, 
1761; married to Thomas Cushman, born Plymouth, Mass., 14 
February, 1706, died Kingston, 13 June, 1768. 

James Cushman, born Kingston, 22 December, 1756, died Kings- 
ton, 15-24 November, 1832; married June, 1780, to Mercy 
Morton, born 19 April, 1762, died 15 January, 1827. 

Nathaniel Cushman, born Kingston, 8 July, 1781, died Kingston, 
17 July, 1868; married Kingston, 1 January, 1809, to Rebecca 
SouLE Stetson, born Kingston, 19 March, 1783, died Kingston, 
23 April, 1862. 

Mathew Smith Cushman, born Kingston, 21 June, 1811, sailed 
from New York by steamer Arago, and from Panama by steamer 
America, arriving Sacramento, California, January, 1868, died 
Sacramento, California, 28 November, 1891; married Phoenix, 
N. Y., 6 November, 1853, to Mary Minerva Burke, born 
Phoenix, N. Y., accompanied her husband to California. 

Mary Blanche Cushman, born Phoenix, N. Y., arrived in Sacra- 
mento with her parents, in January, 1868; married Sacramento, 
California, 24 December, 1876, to Cyrus Hayden Hubbard, 
born Poland, Ohio, 22 February, 1841, removed to California, 
by steamer, about 1865, died Berkeley, California, 7 December, 
1907. 



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California No. 98 General No. S6lO 

MARY BLANCHE (CUSHMAN) HUBBARD 

MRS. CYRUS HAYDEN HUBBARD 

Berkeley, California 

John Rowland, born about 1593, died Plymouth, Mass., 23 Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Elizabeth 
TiLLEY (daughter John and Elizabeth Tilley, all passengers 
on the Mayflower), born about 1607, died Swansea, Mass., 
21 December, 1687. 

Ruth Rowland, died before l6 October, 1679; married 17 Novem- 
ber, 1664, to Thomas Cushman, born about 1637, died 23 
August, 1726. 

Robert Cushman, born Plymouth, 4 October, 1664, died Kingston, 

Mass., 7 September, 1757; married about 1697 to Persis , 

born about 1670, died Kingston, 14 January, 1743-4. 

Thomas Cushman. born Plymouth, 14 February, 1706, died Kings- 
ton, Mass., 17 June, 1768; married to Mehitable Faunce, born 
11 April, 1722, died Kingston, 19 June, 1761. 

James Cushman, born Kingston, 22 December, 1756, died Kings- 
ton, 15-24 November, 1832; married June, 1780, to Mercy 
Morton, born 19 April, 1762, died 15 January, 1827. 

Nathaniel Cushman, born Kingston, 8 July, 1781, died Kingston, 
17 July, 1868; married Kingston, 1 January, 1809, to Rebecca 
SouLE Stetson, born Kingston, 19 March, 1783, died Kingston, 
23 April, 1862. 

Mathew Smith Cushman, born Kingston, 21 June, 1811, sailed 
from New York by steamer Arago, and from Panama by steamer 
America, arriving Sacramento, California, January, 1868, died 
Sacramento, California, 28 November, 1891; married Phoenix, 
N. Y., 6 November, 1853, to Mary Minerva Burke, born 
Phoenix, N. Y., accompanied her husband to California. 

Mary Blanche Cushman, born Phoenix, N. Y., arrived in Sacra- 
mento with her parents, in January, 1868; married Sacramento, 
California, 24 December, 1876, to Cyrus Rayden Rubbard, 
born Poland, Ohio, 22 February, 1841, removed to California, 
by steamer, about 1865, died Berkeley, California, 7 December, 
1907. 



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California No. 98 General No. 3610 

MARY BLANCHE (CUSHMAN) HUBBARD 

MRS. CYRUS HAYDEN HUBBARD 

Berkeley, California 

Richard Warren, died Plymouth, Mass., 1628; married before 
1611 to Elizabeth , born about 1583, died Plymouth, 

2 October, 1673. 

Ann Warren, born England, about l6l2, died after 19 February, 
1675-6 J married Plymouth, Mass., 19 April, 1633, to Thomas 
Little, buried Marshfield, Mass., 12 March, l67l. 

Hannah Little, died Scituate, Mass., 13 May, 1710; married 
Scituate, 25 January, l66l, to Stephen Tilden, died Scituate, 
22 August, 1711. 

Mary Tilden, born Scituate, Mass., 7 April, 1668; married to 
James Thomas. 

Hannah Thomas, died Kingston, Mass., 20 August, 1788; married 
Duxbury, Mass., 12 July, 1722, to Wrestling Brewster, born 

3 or 4 August, 1694, died Kingston, 1 January, 1767. 

Wrestling Brewster, born Plymouth, Mass., 29 August, 1724, 
died Kingston, 8 February, 1810; married 12 July, 1750, to 
Deborah Seabury, born Duxbury, Mass., 13 April, 1727, died 
Kingston, 23 October, 1802. 

HuLDAH Brewster, born Kingston, Mass., 13 November, 1756, 
died Kingston, 25 December, 1833; married Kingston, 25 Jan- 
uary, 1776, to Samuel Stetson, died Kingston, 12 May, 1828. 

Rebecca Soule Stetson, born Kingston, Mass., 19 March, 1783, 
died Kingston, 23 April, 1862; married Kingston, 1 January, 
1809, to Nathaniel Cushman, born Kingston, 8 July, 1781, 
died Kingston, 17 July, 1868. 

Mathew Smith Cushman, born Kingston, 21 June, 1811, died 
Sacramento, California, 28 November, 1891; married Phoenix, 
N. Y., 6 November, 1853, to Mary Minerva Burke, born 
Phoenix, N. Y. 

Mary Blanche Cushman, born Phoenix, N. Y. ; married Sacra- 
mento, California, 24 December, 1876, to Cyrus Hayden Hub- 
bard, born Poland, Ohio, 22 February, 1841, died Berkeley, 
California, 7 December, 1907. 



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California No. 99 General No. 3611 

LEROY BACON WOOD 

Los Angeles, California 

John Alden, born about 1599, died Duxbury, Mass., 12 Septem- 
ber, 1787; married Plymouth, before 1624, to Priscilla Mul- 
LiNS, daughter William and Alice Mullins, all passengers on 
the Mayflower, died after 1650. 

Joseph Alden, born Plymouth, after 22 May, 1627, died Bridge- 
water, Mass., 8 February, 1697; married to Mary Simmons. 

John Alden, born about 1674, died Middleboro, Mass., 29 Sep- 
tember, 1730; married to Hannah White, born Weymouth, 
Mass., 5 May, 1681, died Middleboro, 5 October, 1732. 

Hannah Alden, born 24 March, 1708-9; married Middleboro, 
Mass., April, 1729, to Thomas Wood. 

Thomas Wood, born Middleboro, 24 February, 1731-2, died Ran- 
dolph, Vt., 22 October, 1817; married Middleboro, 1 November, 
1753, to Sarah Thomas. 

Zechariah Wood, born Middleboro, 20 December, 1779, died Syca- 
more, 111., 24 March, 1853; married 21 January, 1807, to Sarah 
Bacon, born Pomfret, Conn., 20 January, 1783, died Sycamore, 
111., 19 May, 1861. 

Henry Wood, born Randolph, Vt., 10 November, 1824, died 
Evansville, Ind., 30 April, 1904; married Sycamore, 111., l6 
March, 1851, to Rhoda Elizabeth Richards, born Hamilton, 
N. Y., 28 July, 1829, died Sycamore, 111., 5 February, 1907. 

Leroy Bacon Wood, born Sycamore, 111., removed to California 
in 1907; married Piano, 111., 25 January, 1879, to Georgia A. 
Crawford, born Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 



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California No. 100 General No. 3625 

PAUL HARTE BOSWORTH 
San Francisco, California 

William Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, 1566-7, died 
Plymouth, Mass., 10 April, 1644; married before 1593 to Mary 
, born 1568-9, died Plymouth, Mass., 17 April, 1627- 

Patience Brewster, probably born Scrooby, England, died Ply- 
mouth, Mass., 1634; married Plymouth, 5 August, 1624, to 
Thomas Prence, born about l601, died Plymouth, 29 March, 
1673. 

Mercy Prence, born Plymouth, Mass., about 1631, died Eastham, 
Mass., 28 September, 1711; married Sandwich, Mass., 13 or 14 
February, 1649-50, to John Freeman, born about 1621, died 
Eastham, 28 October, 1719- 

Edmund Freeman, born June, 1657, died Eastham, Mass., about 
10 December, 1717; married to Sarah Mayo, died before 5 
March, 1745-6. 

Isaac Freeman, died before 1736; married 16 March, 1715-6, to 
Bethiah Sturgis, born Yarmouth, Mass., 19 February, 1695-6, 
died 11 July, 1769- 

James Freeman, born 5 November, 1728, died Marblehead, Mass., 
27 May, 1763; married to Deborah Tasker, born about 1733, 
died 30 May, 1810. 

Deborah Freeman, born 13 September, 1763, died Marblehead, 
17 February, 1837; married 4 November, 1783, to Joseph 
Hinckley, born Marblehead, 5 May, 1755, died Marblehead, 
3 March, 1832. 

Deborah Freeman Hinckley, born Marblehead, Mass., 27 April, 
1790, died Marietta, Ohio, 7 November, 1841 ; married Marble- 
head, 27 August, 1808, to Martin Wells, born Colchester, 
Conn., 24 June, 1782, died Cape Elizabeth, Maine, 19 Feb- 
ruary, 1851. 

Mary Hinckley Wells, born Marblehead, Mass., 10 December, 
1813, removed from St. Louis "across the plains" by Johnson's 
Cut-ofF, arriving Sacramento, California, 7 November, 1854, died 
San Francisco, California, 1 January, 1898; married Tuscaloosa, 
Ala., 5 or 15 October, 1838, to James Alexander Wise, born 
Virginia, September, 1810, died Quincy, 111., 13 November, 1875. 

Virginia Wise, born in Tennessee, 22 June, 1841, removed to 
California with her parents, in 1854, died San Francisco, Cali- 
fornia, 30 November, 1911; married San Francisco, December, 
1865, to Henry Martin Bosworth, born Marietta, Ohio, 12 
December, 1839, removed to California by steamer via Panama, 
in 1854, died San Francisco, California, 30 June, 1905. 

Paul Harte Bosworth, born San Francisco, California ; married 

Santa Clara, California, 28 September, 1904, to Marie Agnes 

Coryell, born Grafton, 111. 

Note. — For interesting family Bible records, bearing upon the above line 
of descent, see Appendix, pages 214-17. 

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10 . 1(5 l» 






MARRIAGE OK DEGORV I'RIEST AND ISAAC ALLERTON 

Reprinted, by permission, from 

"The MayfloH'er Descendant ", Vol. VII, p. 109. 



APPENDIX 



The Marriage Records of Degory Priest and Isaac AUerton 

Through the courtesy of the Massachusetts Society of May- 
flower Descendants, we are enabled to reproduce an illustration* 
of the record of a double marriage at Leyden, Holland, of Degory 
Priest to the widow Sarah (Allerton) Vincent and of the latter's 
brother, Isaac Allerton, to Mary Norris. The banns of these two 
couples were published on the same days, Saturday, 8, 15 and 22 
October, l6ll, and they were married on Friday, 4 November, l6ll 

(The Dutch Entries) 
t j® de 8. 10 l6ll Diggorie Freest Jongman van Londe In 

t ij® de 15. 10. l6ll Engelant Vergeselschapt vergeselschapt 

t iij* de 22. 10. l6ll met William Leesle & Samuel Fuller 

zyn getrout voor Willem zyn bekende 
Corsn Tybault & Jacob met 

Paedts Schepene Sarah Vincent mede van Londe in 

Dezen iiij® Novembris l6ll Engelant wedue van Jan Vincent 

Vergeselschapt met Jannetge Diggens 
& Rasemyn Gipsyn haer bekende 
t j" de 8. 10. l6ll Isaack Allerton Jongman van Londe 

t ij® de 15. 10. l6ll In Engelant vergeselschapt met Ed- 

t iij® de 22. 10. l6ll ward Southward Richard Masterson & 

zyn getrout voor Willem Ranulphe Thickins zyn bekende 
Cornelison Tybault & met 

Jacob Paedts Schepene Marie Norris Jonge dochter van Nu- 
Dese iiij® Novembris here In Engelant Vergeselschapt met 

xvi' elfte Anne Fuller & Dille Carpenter haer 

bekenden 

(The English Translation) 
Degory Priest, unmarried man, from London, in England, 
accompanied by William Lisle and Samuel Fuller, his acquaint- 



♦See "Mayflower Descendant" for July, 1905 (Vol. 7, page 129). This 
magazine, published quarterly by the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower 
Descendants, 53 Mt. Vernon Street, Boston, is the standard publication deal- 
ing with Mayflower descent. 



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ances, with Sarah Vincent, also from London, in England, widow 
of John Vincent, accompanied by Jane Thickins and Rosamond 
Jepson, her acquaintances. 

They were married before William Cornelison Tybault and 
Jacob Paedts, sheriffs, this 4^** November, I6II* 

Isaac Allerton, unmarried man, from London, in England, 
accompanied by Edward Southworth, Richard Masterson & Randall 
Thickins, his acquaintances, with Mary Norris, single woman, from 
Newbury, in England, accompanied by Anne Fuller and Dille 
(Priscilla?) Carpenter, her acquaintances. 

They were married before William Cornelison Tybault and 
Jacob Paedts, sheriffs, this 4*'' November, I6II* 



The Marriage Certificate of Enoch" Coleman of Nantucket, 

Massachusetts 

The records quoted in this, and the succeeding, article were 
filed in connection with the applications of Herbert Folger and 
Chnton Folger, California Nos. 1 and 18 (see pages 7 and 34): 

Enoch° Coleman {Sarah* Pratt, Joseph,^ Mary^ Priest, Degory^) 
was born at Nantucket, Massachusetts, 24 March, 1724-5, and was 
married at a meeting of the Nantucket Society of Friends (Quakers) 
5 January, 1748. The following is a copy of the marriage certificate 
(Nantucket Friends Records, Book 1, page 158): 

"Whereas Enoch Coleman, Son of Jeremiah Coleman, late of 
Sherborn, on the Island of Nantucket, in the Province of the 
Massachusetts Bay, New England, Deceased, & Sarah, his wife; 
and Mary Myrick, Daughter of Andrew Myrick, of Sherborn on 
Nantucket aforesaid, & Jedidah, his Wife, Having Declared their 
Intentions of Taking each other in marriage before Several 
Publick meetings of the People called Quakers, in Sherborn 
aforesaid, according to the good order used among them; and 
proceeding therein after deliberate considerations thereof (with 
Regard unto the Righteous Law of God in that Case) ; They also 
appearing Clear of all others & having Consent of Parents and 
others concerned; were allowed by said meetings. 

"Now these are to Certify to all whom it may concern, That 
for the full Accomplishing of their said Intentions, this fifth Day 



•For lines of descent from Deg-ory Priest, see pages 7, 34 and 119: and 
from Isaac Allerton, see pages 31, 77, 98, 100. 122 and 158. 



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of the Eleventh month, called January in the year according to 
the Christian Account, One thousand seven hundred and forty- 
eight, they, the said Enoch Coleman and Mary My rick appeared 
in a Publick Assembly of the aforesaid People and others, met 
together at their Publick Meeting House in Sherborn on Nan- 
tucket aforesaid, and in a Solemn manner he, the said Enoch 
Coleman, taking the said Mary Myrick by the Hand, did openly 
declare as followeth: Friends, I desire you to be my Witnesses 
that I take this my Friend, Mary ]\Iyrick to be my Wife, prom- 
ising by the Lord's Assistance to be unto her a true & Loving 
Husband until it shall please God by Death to Separate us. And 
then and there in the said Assembly, the said Mary Myrick did 
in like manner Declare as followeth: Friends, I desire you to be 
my Witnesses that I take this my Friend, Enoch Coleman, to be 
my husband, promising by the Lord's Assistance to be unto him 
a true & loving Wife, until it shall please God by Death to Sep- 
arate us. And, as a further Confirmation thereof the said Enoch 
Coleman and Mary Coleman did then & there to these Presents 
Set their hands ; She according to the custom of marriage assum- 
ing the name of her Husband. 

Enoch Coleman. 

Mary Coleman. 



And we, whose names are hereunto Subscribed, being present 
among others at the Solemnizing of their said marriage and Sub- 
scription in manner aforesaid, as Witnesses hereunto have also to 
these Presents Subscribed our Names the Day and Year above 
written. 



Jeremiah Coleman 
Nathaniel Pinkhara 
Daniel Pinkham 
Jonathan Pinkham 
Peleg Coleman 
Christopher Coleman 
Nathan Dagget 
Silvanus Hussey 
Paul Starbuck 
Nathaniel Coleman 



Elihu Coleman 
Jethro Coleman 
Jonathan Myrick 
Jethro Folger 
Jabez Macy 
William Starbuck 
Sarah RenufF* 
Lydia Coleman 
Judith Gardner 
Priscilla Bunker 



Abigail Folger 
Joanna Coleman 
Eunice Folger 
Judith Heath 
Huldah Dagget 
Margaret Folger 
Mary Clark 
Priscilla Coffin 
Marv Trott 



The children by the above marriage were the following: 



• Sarah (Pratt) (Coleman) Renuff, widow of Jeremiah Coleman, who 
married John Renuff. as her second husband. See "Phlnehas Pratt and Some 
of His Descendants," page 63. 



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Eunice' Coleman, born 19 Sept., 1749, died 1 July, 1841, married 

Benjamin Whippey. 
Sylvanus" Coleman, born 13 Sept., 1751, died March, 1812, married 

Huldah Gwinn. 
Abial' Coleman, born 1755 
Lydia' Coleman, born 4 Dec., 1757, died 29 Aug., 1833, married 

Charles Folger. 
Abigail* Coleman, born 28 Sept., 1761, died 21 Feb., 1844, married 

(1) Christopher Coffin and (2) Uriah Pinkham 
Andrew" Coleman, born 30 July, 1763, died 7 Nov., 1808, married 

Lydia Folger. 
Elizabeth" Coleman, born 30 July, 1763, died 18 Oct., 1822, 

married Latham Coffin. 
Job" Coleman, born 1768, died at sea, 1794, married Elizabeth 

Fosdick. 



The Will of Charles Folger of Nantucket, Massachusetts 

Lydia" Coleman {EnocJi, Sarah* Pratt, Joseph^, Mary' Priest, 
Degory"), born at Nantucket, Massachusetts, 4 December, 1757, 
was married there, 19 July, 1778, to Charles Folger, who was 
born at Nantucket, 26 December, 1753, and died there, 4 Septem- 
ber, 1818 A literal copy of his will follows: 

"I, Charles Folger of Nantucket in the County of Nantucket 
and Commonwealth of Massachusetts Esquire being poorly as to 
bodily health, but sound in mind and memory and considering the 
uncertainty of this life, do make and publish this my last will and 
testament in manna and form following: 

"Firstly; I will that all the just debts which I may owe to 
any person or persons, at the time of my decease shall be paid and 
discharged by my executors hereafter named within a convenient 
time after my decease. 

"Secondly: I give unto my beloved wife Lydia Folger the use 
and income of all my estate, both real and personal of every kind 
and nature, during her remaining my widow, with the privilege to 
her of selling all or any part of said estate as she may need 
according to her discretion. 

"Thirdly: I give to and amongst all my children, namely, 
Charles Folger, Frederick Folger, Hiram Folger, John Folger, 
William Folger, Lydia Bunker widow of Thaddeus, Peleg Folger, 
Elizabeth Coffin widow of Edward, Alfred Folger, Lucretia Folger, 
Mark Folger and Edward Folger, all the remainder of my estate 
both real and personal (not before disposed of to my wife as afore- 

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said) to be equally divided amongst them my said children, part 
and part alike, to them and to their several heirs, in the manner 
as is above set forth and to their assigns forever. 

"And lastly I do hereby appoint, constitute and make my 
beloved wife Lydia Folger and my sons Charles Folger, Hiram 
Folger, William Folger and John Folger joint executors to this 
my last will and testament. 

"In witness whereof, I the said Charles Folger have hereunto 
set my hand and seal this nineteenth day of August in the year 
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen. 

Charles Folger (seal) 

"Signed, sealed, published, pronounced and declared by the 
said Charles Folger to be his last will and testament, in the 
presence of us Obed Macy 

Reuben Coffin, 2nd 
George Coffin, 2nd 



Charles and Lydia (Coleman) Folger had the following chil- 
dren, as certified from the records of the Nantucket Historical 
Association : 

Charles' Folger, born 12 Feb., 1779, died 24- March, I860, married 

(1) Judith Coffin, daughter of Robert, and (2) Judith, widow 

of Valentine Coffin, and daughter of Ebenezer Coffin 
Frederick' Folger, born 16 June, 1781, died 7 March, 1844, 

married Peggy Macy 
Hiram' Folger, born 2 June, 1782, died 24 October, 1850, married 

Avis Coffin 
John' Folger, born 24 March, 1784, died 7 Feb., 1864, married 

(1) Lydia Swain and (2) Phebe Coffin 
William' Folger*, born 7 Nov., 1785, died 18 Nov., 1865, married 

(1) Lucy Folger and (2) Eliza, widow Paul Bunker and 

daughter Albert Coffin 
Lydia' Folger, born 7 Sept., 1787, died 18 Nov., 1863, married 

Thaddeus Bunker 
Peleg' Folger, born 13 July, 1789, died 14 Apl., 1863, married 

Sally Adlington 
Elizabeth' Folger, born 4 March, 1791, died August, 1820, married 

Edward Coffin 
Alfred' Folger, born 4 April, 1793, died 26 Jan., 1878, married 

(1) Lydia Bunker and (2) Mary, widow David Allen, Jr., and 

daughter William Mooers 

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Lucretia' Folger, born 8 Dec, 1794, died 28 July, 1876, married 

Frederick F. Swain 
Mark' Folger, born 7 Aug., 1796, died 1 March, 1866, married 

Nancy Swain 
Edward' Folger, born 24 Aug., 1800, died 7 ApL, 1854, married 

Mary Bunker 
Mary' Folger, died at 10 years of age, 12 May, 1810 



The Will of Ninyon Chaloner, of Newport, Rhode Island 

The following interesting will is printed at the request of 
the testator's descendant, Emih' Foster' (Talbot) Walker {William 
Chaloner^ Talbot, Eliza* Chaloner, William^, Walter , Ninyon), 
Mrs. Cyrus Walker, California No. 5 : 

"In the name of God, Amen. I, Ninyon Chaloner of Newport 
in ye County of Newport and Colony of Rhode Island and Provi- 
dence Plantations in New England Tallow Chandler being in good 
and perfect health, mind and understanding do make this my last 
will and Testament in manner following. 

First, I commit my soul to God that gave it and my body to 
ye earth. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife, Ann 
Chaloner, ye sum of eight hundred pounds in good and passable 
publick bills of credit of ye colony aforesaid, ye best bedd and 
furniture in my now dwelling house, my best great looking glass 
to be at her own choice, three pewter dishes, twelve pewter plates, 
nine flagg chairs of a brown collour that are in ye chamber of my 
now dwelling house, one table of her own choice, the cupboard 
that now stands in my bed room, two silver porringers, two silver 
spoons, the best iron pot and bell mettle skillet to be and remain 
to her own proper use and behoof forever and also ye use and 
service of my negroe man named Charles for and during ye term 
of her natural life if she should so long happen to live. 

Item. I give and bequeath to my well beloved son Walter 
Chaloner ye sum of one thousand pounds — good and passable bills 
of public credit of ye colony — (having already advanced for and 
given him ye said Walter Chaloner a considerable sum) to be and 
remain to his own proper use and behoof. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved son John 
Chaloner ye sum of one thousand pounds in good and passable 
public bills of credit of said colony, and also my negro man named 
Charles after ye decease of my wife Ann Chaloner (if said negro 

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shall be then alive) having hereinbefore given ye use and service 
of him ye said Charles to my said wife — and during the term of 
her naturall life, and likewise a large silver Porringer that was 
left him by his late grandmother Cole to be and remain to his own 
proper use and behoof. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved son William 
Chaloner ye sum of one thousand pounds in good and passable 
bills of public credit of said colony and my silver mugg and ye 
same to be and remain to his own proper use and behoof. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter 
Elizabeth Cahoone ye wife of James Cahoone of Newport afore- 
said mariner ye sum of seven hundred pounds in good and passable 
bills of publick credit of ye colony aforesaid to be and remain to 
her own proper use and behoof. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my — 11 beloved daughter 
May Robinson the wife of James Robinson of N (morn) -forsaid 
physician the sum of five hundred pounds in good and (worn) 
bills of publick credit of (worn) colony (having already advanced 
ye said Mary a considerable su (worn) proper use and behoof. 

Item. I give and bequ (worn) daughter Sarah Chaloner the 
sum of eight (worn) and passable bills of publick (worn) ture, a 
large look glass, one large table, one iron pot, one bell mettle 
skillet all to be (worn) own choice (after my said wife Ann 
Chaloner hath made her choice of ye same nature) the chist of 
drawers, two silver porringers two silver (worn) three pewter 
dishes twelve pewter plates and six leather chairs to be and remain 
to her own proper use and behoof. 

Item. My will is and I do hereby order and appoint that my 
said wife Ann Chaloner shall remain and be in possession of my 
now dwelling house work house land (worn) appurtenances there- 
unto belonging scituate lying and being in Newport aforesaid, 
being butted & bounded as followeth, east upon a street, south 
upon land belonging to Jonathan Clark, west and north upon 
streets, until my youngest child shall arrive to ye age of twenty 
one years if she shall happen so long to live and continue a 
widdow, and my will is that my clock silver Tankard my negro 
man called Frank and the utensils of the work house shall belong 
to and go along with ray said dwelling house, but upon lier decease 
or intermarriage which shall first happen before my youngest child 
shall arrive to ye age of twenty one years, the possessions of the 
said premises shall go to and be vested in my trustees hereinafter 
named and to be improved by the (worn) for ye benefit of my 
child (worn) under age, and my said trustees shall during their 
haveing possession as afFores (worn) pay unto my said wife Ann 

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Chaloner ye sum of fifteen pounds (worn) annum in good and 
passable bills of publick credit of said colony for and during ye 
term of her naturall life in lieu of her thirds or right of dower 
therein, and my will likewise is and I do hereby order and appoint 
that when my youngest child shall arrive to age, as aforesaid, then 
my said dwelling house work house with ye land and appurtenances 
thereunto belonging, the clock. Tankard and negro man Frank 
shall descend and go to my eldest son that shall be liveing at that 
time to be and remain to him his heirs and assigns, and to his and 
their own proper use and behoof forever, reserving thereunto that 
such son to whom ye same shall descend shall pay unto my wife 
Ann Chaloner the said sum of fifteen pounds per annum for and 
during ye term of her naturall life, and likewise if ye said prem- 
ises shall descend to my said son Walter Chaloner that in twelve 
months thereafter he shall pay to each of his brothers one hundred 
pounds and to his sisters ye sum of fifty pounds each (that shall 
be surviving at his taking possession) in good and passable bills. 
If ye possession shall happen at that time to descend to my second 
son John Chaloner, then he shall within twelve months as afore- 
said pay to his brother William Chaloner the sum of two hundred 
pounds and to each of his sisters fifty pounds (in the like bills 
of publick credit) that shall be surviving at ye time of taking 
possession as afore (worn) ut if ye same shall at ye time of my 
youngest child comeing to age as a (worn) end to my said son 
William Chaloner then he shall within (worn) as aforesaid pay 
unto each of his surviving sisters ye sum (worn) pounds in like 
bills of publick credit and the same to be and (worn) tive proper 
use and behoof. 

And I do hereby order (worn) decease each of my said chil- 
dren shall (worn) Chaloner is in possession of the premises have 
ye use and benefit of a room in my said dwelling house as long as 
he or she shall remain in a single state. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my said wife, Ann Chaloner, 
and my said daughter Sarah Chaloner all my linnen (not herein- 
before given) to be equally divided between them and to be and 
remain to their respective proper use and behoof. 

Item. I give and bequeath unto my beloved grandson James 
Cahoone son of ye said James Cahoone by my said daughter 
Elizabeth ye sum of one hundred pounds in good and passable 
bills of publick credit of said colony within twelve months after 
my decease, and to be improved by my executor hereinafter named 
for his use, and ye same to be paid him when he shall arrive to 
ye age of twenty one years and then to be and remain to his 
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Item. I give and bequeath unto my beloved granddaughter 
Mary Robinson daughter of ye said James Robinson, by my said 
daughter Mary, the sum of one hundred pounds in good and 
passable bills of publick credit of said colony within twelve months 
after my decease and to be improved by my executor herein after 
named for her use and ye same to be paid her when she shall 
arrive of eighteen years of age or day of marriage which shall 
first happen and then to be and remain to her own proper use 
and behoof. 

Item. I do hereby oder and appoint that my said wife Ann 
Chaloner during her widdowhood shall have ye use and services 
of my negro woman called Han (worn) unless my said wife shall 
think proper to sell her and if sold ye produce shall be equally 
divided between my said wife and surviving sons, and to remain 
to each of them respectively. 

Item. I do hereby give and bequeath unto my three sons 
Walter John William all ye rest of my estate not herein before 
disposed of, of whatever nature or kind to be equally divided 
between them and to be and remain to their and each of their 
respective proper use and behoof. 

IVIy will is and I do likewise further order and appoint that 
such of my children as are of age at ye time of my decease, shall 
receive their bequ (worn) of ray personall estate herein before 
given to them immediately thereafter. The part or portion of 
such of my children as shall be under age at ye time of my decease 
shall be improved by my executors for ye benefit of each of them 
respectively and to be paid to each of them as they shall attain 
(if a son) to ye age of twenty one years (and if a daughter) to 
ye age of eighteen years or day of marriage which shall first 
happen and that if either of my said children (worn) to die before 
his her or their receiving such part or portion of my personall 
estate as aforesaid, ye said shall be equally divided between all 
my children that shall then be surviving and to be and remain to 
her or their respective use and behoof. 

Lastly. I do make and ordain my said wife Ann Chaloner 
my said son Walter Chaloner and Daniel Gould of Newport afore- 
said Esq. executrix and executors of this my last will and testa- 
ment for ye interests and purposes herein contained. And I do 
make and appoint Joseph Wright, shopkeeper and James Martin 
both of Newport aforesaid overseers of this (worn) 11 to T (worn) 
same performed according to my true inte (worn). I give to 
each of them a mourning ring, (worn) Ninyon Chaloner have 
to this (worn) twenty fifth day of March in the sixteenth year 

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of his Majesty's Reign George ye Second King of Great Britain 
and (worn) Annoque Domini 1743 

NiNYON Chaloner (Seal) 

Signed sealed and pronounced and declared by ye said Ninyon 
Chaloner to be his last will and testament in the presence of us 
the subscribers J. Honeyman, Junr. 

Ja. Martin 
Esther Martin 

Newport SS Newport 
September ye 18th. A. D. 1752 

In council appeared James Honeyman Junr. who signed a 
witness to ye above will and on his oath declared that he saw 
Ninyon Chaloner sign seal publish and declare ye above and fore- 
going instrument to be his last will and testament and that he was 
then of a sound mind and understanding and that he with James 
^Martin and Esther Martin (who are both dead) signed as witnesses 
to said will at ye same time in ye testators presence. 

Teste. Wm. Coddington Junr. 

Council Clerk" 



Certificate of Calvin Jabez' Mills, Sidney, New York 

The following affidavit was filed in support of the application 
of Charles Mills" Gayley (Sarah Sophia^ Mills, Sophia Roxanna 
Rogers, SamueV, Jahez, Nathaniel*, John, Joseph^ Thomas^), 
Massachusetts No. 1004-, California No. 14-: 

Delaware County ) cc 
State of New York j 

Calvin Jabez Mills, of the town and vilage of Sidney, N. Y. 
being dulj'^ sworn, says : 

I am the only surviving son of Calvin Mills, late of Guilford, 
N. Y. (son of Samuel Mills and Lucy Coy Mills) who was born at 
Norfolk, Conn, July 17th, 1793, and died at Alden, N. Y., March 
17, 1850 and of his wife Sophia Roxanna Rogers, who was born 
at Granville, Mass. Mar. 27, 1791 & died in Buffalo, N. Y. March 
9, 1852 I was born at Guilford, N. Y. Oct. 5, 1824 My mother, 
Sophia Roxanna (Rogers) Mills, was the daughter of Samuel 
Rogers, who was born January 30, 1764, at North Bolton, Conn. 
& died in the town of Unadilla, N. Y., a mile north of this village, 
on the twelfth day of March, 1829 He married at East Windsor, 

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Conn., Nov, 24, 1785 Sarah Skinner, who was born Dec. 7, 1766, 
and died at the home of my mother, in Alden, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1850 

My knowledge of these matters is derived thus: Born and 
reared till my 18th year some seven miles from the home of my 
grandparents, Samuel and Sarah (Skinner) Rogers, I remember 
grandfather's death in 1829 Thereafter grandmother made her 
home alternately with my mother, in Guilford, and my uncle 
Charles Skinner Rogers, in Sidney. From 1841 to 1851 my 
home was that of my uncle, Henry W. Rogers, in Buffalo, X. Y. 
His family bible, now owned by his nephew, Henry W. Rogers of 
Chicago, 111., had a full family record, going back to Thomas 
Rogers, 18th signer of the Mayflower Contract, who died in the 
1st winter, at Plymouth, Mass. In 1845, my father's family 
removed to Alden, N. Y., 20 miles east of Buffalo, and grand- 
mother's home was thereafter with mother, while she made long 
visits in the home of my uncle in Buffalo which was also my 
home. She often recited in my hearing events in the family history 
in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York States. She said 
she and her husband Samuel Rogers "were reckoned the hand- 
somest couple who came into Wapping (now East Windsor) meet- 
ing house." 

I further certify that my sister, Sarah Sophia Mills, was born 
in Guilford, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1837; that she married Aug. 20, 1856 
in Buffalo, N. Y., Rev. Samuel Rankin Gayley, born Oct. 18, 1826 
and that Charles Mills Gayley, Professor of English, University 
of California, Berkeley, California, is their son. 

1. I also testify that my record of my father's family notes 
these facts: Samuel John Mills, born Jan'y 27, 1816, married Feb. 
15, 1839 Emily Sexton. Their daughter Helen Sophia, born Guil- 
ford, Nov. 5, 1840, died single, at Sidney, Feb. 20, 1907 Samuel 
died in Buffalo, Sep. 24, 1853 — his wife Emilv died in Unadilla, 
N. Y., Jan'y 24. 1896 

2. Calvin Jabez Mills, born Oct. 5, 1824, married Aug. 19, 
1851 at Cincinnati, Ohio, Harriet S. Almy, who died, childless, 
April 20, 1895, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

3. Lucy Emeline Mills, born Mar. 13, 1827, married in 
Shanghae, China, Rev. Justus Doolittle of the American Board 
Mission, June 11, 1859. and died at Rutland, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1865, 
leaving no living child. 

4. Rev. Charles Rogers Mills, D. D., born Aug. 21, 1829, 
was graduated at Lafayette College, Easton, Pa., July 27, 1853, 
licensed to preach by the Presbytery of Newcastle, Delaware, 
April 1, 1855; graduated at Princeton Seminary, New Jersey, 
May 6, 1856; ordained by the Presbytery of Buffalo, N. Y., 



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June 25, 1856, and received the degree of Doctor of Divinity from 
Lafayette College in 1883 He married in Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 
20, 1856, Rose Anna McMaster, and they went soon after to 
China with his sisters Lucy and Sarah, and Sarah's husband, 
missionaries of the Presbyterian Board. With his brother-in-law, 
S. R. Gayle}', in 1861, he established the Northern China Mission, 
at Teng Chow. There Mr. Gayley died in 1862, and Charles in 
1895 Rose (McMaster) Mills "died at Teng Chow, Feb. 3, 1874 
Charles married at Chefoo, China, Nov. 26, 1884, Annetta Eugenia 
Thompson, who was born in Western New York, July 20, 1853 
The children of Charles are: Calvin Henr}'^, born Sep. 21, 1867; 
Charles Gayley Mills, born Feb. 17, 1869; Edward McMaster 
Mills, Sep. *6, 1870; Rose Edith Mills, June 5th, 1872; Samuel 
John Mills, Nov. 24, 1886; and Roger Sherman Mills, June 14, 
1889 

5. Henry Rogers Mills, born Sep. 9th, 1833, married in 
1869 at lola, Kansas, Matilda Saxton, who died in 1870 He died 
at Binghamton, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1885, leaving no child. 

6. Sarah Sophia Mills, born Guilford, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1837, 
married Aug. 20, 1856, at Buffalo, N. Y., Rev. Samuel Rankin 
Gayley, who was born Oct. 18, 1826 After the death of her hus- 
band at Teng Chow, China, July 29, 1862, she started, with her 
four year old boy, Charles Mills Gayley, to return to America, via 
Ireland, where she went to visit Mr. Gayley 's family; and she 
married Aug. 24, 1863, Rev. Andrew Browne, (cousin of Mr. 
Gayley) pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Hollymount, County 
Mayo, where she resided till 1887, when the family came to Amer- 
ica, settling at Iron Mountain, Michigan, where Mr. Browne died 
May 14, 1888 Her three eldest sons had come to the United 
States earlier. Her Browne children were: David Henry, born 
Hollymount, Ireland, June 8, 1864; Andrew Allan, Oct. 7, 1867; 
Samuel Rogers, Sep. 19, 1871, died Mar. 1, 1888; Sara Spencer, 
May 16, 1873; John Calvin, July 19, 1877 Sarah S. (Mills) 
Browne died at Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 13, 1894 She is buried 
at Ann Arbor, with Mr, Browne and their son Samuel Rogers 
Browne. 

Calvin Jabez Mills 

Subscribed and sworn before me this 15th day of July, A. D. 
1907 

Chas. E. Garlick 

Notary Public 
Seal. 



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Deed of Bethiah Freeman to John Freeman 

The following deed has been printed at the request of Mr. 
Henry Nathanier" Gray, of this Society, great-great-grandson of 
the grantor: 

To all People to whom these Presents shall come Greeting 
whereas I Bethiah Freeman of Norton in the County of 
Bristol widow. Administratrix of the Estate of Nathaniel Freeman 
late of the same Norton Gentleman deceased intestate, being 
authorized by the Court of Common Pleas holden at Taunton 
within and for the County of Bristol aforesaid on the third Tues- 
day of April last past, in my said Covantry, to make sale and pass 
Deed of the Real Estate of the said deceased to the amount of 
three hundred and eighty pounds for the payment of his Debts, 
and the Lot herein after described, being part of said Real Estate 
having been by me exposed to sale at public Vendue for the pur- 
pose aforesaid on the first day of June instant, and John Freeman 
of Norton aforesaid yeoman having been the highest bidder there- 
for, Now know ye that in consideration of one hundred & thirty 
three pounds that being the highest Bid, paid me by the said John, 
the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, do hereby give, 
grant, sell and convey unto the said John, his heirs and assigns a 
certain Piece or Tract of Land lying and being in Norton afore- 
said and on the easterly side of the Road that leads from the 
Dwelling House of Samuel Morey Esq. to the House where 
Jonathan Phillips now lives containing twenty eight Acres and 
is the whole of the land lying on the said Easterly side of the 
aforesaid Road contained in a Deed given to the said Deceased 
by Jonathan Hodges, bounded on the north and south sides of said 
land by land of Samuel Morey Esq., to have and to hold the same 
to the said John his heirs and Assigns, that in my said Covenantry 
I am lawfully seized in Fee of the Premises, that they are free of 
all incumbrances, and that I have good Right as aforesaid to sell 
and convey the same to the said John as aforesaid, and that in 
my said Covenantry I will warrant and defend the same to the 
said John, his Heirs and Assigns forever against the lawful Claims 
and Demands of all persons. In witness whereof I do hereunto 
set my hand & seal this twenty first day of June in the year 
of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety four. 
Signed, filed & Delivered 

in presence of Bethiah Freeman 

John Crane 
Laban Wheaton 

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Bristol SS June 21 1794< Personally appeared, Bethiah Free- 
man within named and in her said Coventry acknowledged the 
within instrument by her subscribed to be her free Act and Deed 

Before Laban Wheaton J. P. 



The Marriage Certificate of Racher (Hussey) Mitchell of 
Nantucket, Mass. 

The marriage certificate quoted herein, and the two which 
follow it, were filed with this Society in support of the application 
of George Marion" Mitchell, California No. 34 (see page 62) : 

Rachel" Hussey (Sarah^ Gorham, Stephen*, John, Desire' 
Howland, John), who was born at Nantucket, Massachusetts, 13th 
day, 9th month, 1741, was married at Nantucket on the 6th day, 
12th month, 1759, to Jethro Mitchell. The marriage certificate is 
recorded in Nantucket Friends' Records, Book 2, page 5S A 
literal copy follows: 

Whereas Jethro Mitchell Son of Richard Mitchell of Sherborn 
in the County of Nantucket in the Province of the Massachusetts 
Bay in New England & Mary his wife and Rachel Hussey Daugh- 
ter of Daniel Hussey & Sarah his Wife late of Sherborn in the 
County of Nantucket aforesaid Deceased Having Declared their 
intentions of Taking each other in Marriage before several Publick 
Meetings of the People called Quakers in Sherborn aforesaid 
according to the good order used among them and proceeding 
therein after Deliberate consideration thereof (with regard unto 
the Righteous Law of God in that Case) they also appearing Clear 
of all others & having consent of Parents & others Concerned were 
allowed by the said meetings. 

Now these are to certify to all whom it may concern that for the 
full accomplishing of their said Intentions this Sixth Day of the 
Twelveth month in the year according to the Christian account one 
Thousand Seven Hundred & fifty Nine they the said Jethro 
Mitchell & Rachel Hussey appeared in a Publick Assembly of 
the aforesaid People met together at their Publick Meeting House 
in Sherborn aforesaid & in a Solemn manner he the said Jethro 
Mitchell taking the said Rachel Hussey by the Hand did openly 
Declare as followeth Friends I Desire you to be my Witnesses that 
I take this my Friend Rachel Hussey to be my Wife promising 
by the Lords assistance to be unto her a True & Loving Husband 
until it shall please God by Death to Separate us. & then & 
there in the said Assembly the said Rachel Hussey did in like 

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manner Declare as followeth Friends I Desire you to be my Wit- 
nesses that I Take this my Friend Jethro Mitchell to be my Hus- 
band prmising by the Lords Assistance to be unto him a True & 
Loving Wife until it shall please God by Death to Separate us. 
And as a further Confirmation thereof the said Jethro Mitchell & 
Rachel Mitchell did then & there to these Presents set their Hands 
She according to the Custom of Marriage Assuming the Name of 
her Husband. 

Jethro Mitchell 
Rachel Mitchell 

And We whose Names are hereunto Subscribed being present 
among others at the Solemnizing of their Said Marriage & Sub- 
scription in manner aforesaid as Witnesses hereunto have also to 
these Presents Subscribed our Names the day & Year above written. 



Tristram Swain 
William Hussey 
Peleg Peckham 
Josiah Barker 
Chris'r Hussey 



Joseph Mitchell 
Daniel Hussey 
Seth Coleman 
Hephzibah Hussey 
Mary Mitchell 



Silvanus Hussey Jun'r Lois Macy 
Stephen Hussey Sarah Barney 



George Hussey 
Daniel Worth 
Paul Pinkham 
Simeon Russell 
Priscilla Russell 



Elizabeth Hussey 
Mary Mitchell 
Hephzibah Folger 
Anna Paddack 



Richard Mitchell 
John Russell 
Silvanus Hussey 
Francis Swain 
Elihue Coleman 
Nath'el Coleman 
Barnabas Coleman 
Jethro Folger 
Benj'n Barney 
Jethro Coleman 
Nath'el Coleman Junr 
Benjamin Starbuck 
Jethro Hussey 
Joseph Hussey 
Thaddeus Gardner 

The children of this couple were the following: 



Obed' 

Sarah' 

Silvanus' 

Elihu' 

David' 

Moses' 

Aaron' 

Jethro' 



23 October, 


1760 


died 


23 Nov. 


i760 


20 March, 


1763 




1 Jul. 


1821 


14 June, 


1765 




20 Jan. 


1793 


8 May 


1768 




5* 


1773 


10 April 


1772 




5* 


1772 


2 June 


1773 




4 Aug. 


1773 


19 October 


1775 








1 August 


1778 









27 January 1784 



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The Marriage Certificate of Obed' Mitchell of Nantucket, 

Mass. 

Obed' Mitchell (RacheV Hussey, Sarali Gorham, Stephen , 
John, Desire' Howland, John) was born at Nantucket, Massa- 
chusetts, 20 March, 1763, and died there 1 July, 1821 He was 
married at Nantucket, 28 October, 1784-, to Lydia Gardner. The 
marriage certificate is recorded in Nantucket Friends' Records, 
Book 2, page 299 A literal copy follows: 

Whereas Obed Mitchell son of Jethro & Rachel Mitchell of 
Sherborn in the County of Nantucket & Commonwealth of INIassa- 
chusetts and Lydia Gardner daughter of Paul Gardner & Rachel 
his deceased Wife of Sherborn aforesaid, Having declared their 
intentions of taking each other in Marriage before several Meet- 
ings of the people called Quakers in Sherborn aforesaid according 
to the good order used among thejn & proceeding therein after 
deliberate consideration thereof (with regard to the Righteous 
Law of God in that case) they also appearing clear of all others 
& having consent of parents & relations concerned were allowed 
by said Meetings. 

Now these are to certify all whom it may concern that for the 
full accomplishment of their said intentions this Twenty Eighth 
day of the Tenth Month in the year of our Lord One Thousand 
Seven Hundred & Eighty Four they the said Obed Mitchell & 
Lydia Gardner appeared in a publick assembly of the aforesaid 
people & others at their publick Meeting House in Sherborn afore- 
said; And then & there in a Solemn manner the said Obed Mitchell 
taking the said Lydia Gardner by the hand did openly declare as 
followeth. Friends I desire you to be my Witnesses that I take 
this my friend Lydia Gardner to be my Wife, promising by the 
Lords Assistance to be unto her a true & Loving husband until 
death separate us. And then & there in the said assembly the said 
Lydia Gardner did in like manner declare as followeth. Friends 
I desire you to be my Witnesses that I take this my friend Obed 
Mitchell to be my husband promising by the Lords assistance to 
be unto him a true and loving wife until death separate us (or 
words to the like import) 

And as a further confirmation thereof they the said Obed Mitchell 
& Lydia Gardner did then and there to these presents set their 
hands, she according to the custom of Marriage assuming the name 
of her husband 

Obed Mitchell 
Lydia Mitchell 



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And we whose names are hereunto subscribed being present among 
others at the consummation of their said marriage and subscription 
in manner aforesaid as witnesses hereunto have subscribed our 
names the day & year above written. 



Jethro Mitchell 
Jonathan Macy 
Paul Gardner 
Chris'h Starbuck 
Joseph Harris 



George Gardner 
Dan'l Macy 
Zenas Gardner 
Hezekiah Starbuck 
Daniel Starbuck 



Richard Mitchell Jun'r Benj'n Barney 



Jon'n Macy Jun'r 
Wm. Clasby 
Paul Gardner Jun'r 
Wm. Hussey 
Libni Gardner 
Peleg Folger 
George Hussey 
Peleg Coggeshall 
Owen Gardner 
Wm. Macy 
Sam'l Rodman 



Wm. Rotch Jun'r 
Benj'n Rotch 



Rachel Mitchell 
Lois Macy 
Mary Ray 
Mary Starbuck 
Mary Starbuck 
Lydia Bunker 
Eunice Bunker 
Kezia Starbuck 
Elizabeth Gardner 
Sarah Mitchell 
Dorcas Gardner 
Hephzibah Gardner 
Lois Barney 
Anna Spooner 
Elizabeth Black 
Deborah Spooner 
Ruth Gardner 



Lydia Macy 

Abiel Macy 

Sarah Coffin 
\Phebe Barker 

Judith Coffin 

Merab Spooner 

Sarah Barney 

Elizabeth Rotch 

Elizabeth Rotch Jun'r 
The children of this union were the following: Samuel' 
Mitchell, born 26 August, 1785; Rachel* Mitchell, born 15 March, 
1787; Sarah' Mitchell, born 15 October, 1788; Elizabeth* Mitchell, 
born 16 April, 1790, died 3 May, 1812; Thomas* Mitchell, born 
16 June, 1792, died 23 June, 1793; Thomas Mitchell, born l6 
April, 1794; Dorcas* Mitchell, born 17 June, 1796, died 26 August, 
1797; James* Mitchell, born 20 November, 1798; George* Mitchell, 
born 25 September, 1802, died 12 September, 1820; and Obed* 
Mitchell, born 24 February, 1806 



The Marriage Certificate of James* Mitchell of Nantucket, 

Mass. 

James* Mitchell {OhecC , Rachet Hussey, Sarah' Gorham, 
Stephen*, John, Desire' Howland, John) was born at Nantucket, 
Massachusetts, 20 November, 1798, and was married there, 2 
November, 1820, to Lydia Green Clasby, who died at San Fran- 
cisco, CaUfornia, 12 October, 1886 The marriage certificate is 
recorded in Nantucket Friends' Records, Book 3, page 9 A literal 
copy follows: 

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Whereas, James Mitehel of Nantucket in the commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, Son of Obed and Lydia Mitehel of Nantucket 
in the commonwealth aforesaid, and Lydia G. Clasby daughter of 
John and Sarah Clasby (the former deceased) of Nantucket afore- 
said, having declared their intentions of taking each other in mar- 
riage, before the Nantucket monthly meeting of the people called 
Quakers, according to the order established in said society ; after 
due enquiry and deliberate consideration thereof, they appearing 
clear of all others and having consent of parents, their proceedings 
were allowed by the said meeting. 

Now these are to certify to all whom it may concern that for the 
full accomplishing of their said intentions this second day of the 
eleventh month, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun- 
dred and twenty, they the said James Mitehel and Lydia G Clasby 
appeared at a public assembly of the aforesaid people and others, 
in their meeting house in Nantucket aforesaid; and he the said 
James Mitehel taking the said Lydia G Clasby by the hand did 
openly declare as followeth: "Friends I take this my friend 
Lydia G Clasby to be my wife promising through Divine assist- 
ance to be unto her a faithful and affectionate husband until death 
separate us" And the said Lydia G Clasby did then and there in 
like manner declare "Friends I take this my friend James Mitehel 
to be my husband, promising through Divine assistance to be unto 
him a faithful and affectionate wife until death separate us" or 
words of the like import. And as a further confirmation thereof 
they the said James Mitehel and Lydia G Clasby have hereunto 
set their hands. She after the custom of marriage adopting the 
name of her husband. 

James Mitchel 
Lydia Mitchel 

And we being present with others at the Solemnixation of their 
said marriage do as witnesses thereunto subscribe our names the 
day and year above written. 

Matthew Barney 

Peleg Macy 

Phebe Hussey 

Eliza Nicholson 

The children of this couple, as far as recorded in Friends' 
Records, were: John Clasby" Mitchell, born Nantucket, 8 February, 
1821, removed 26 January, 1843, to New York, returned to Nan- 
tucket and there married, 20 May, 1845, Elizabeth Almy Brayton, 
removed to California and died at San Francisco, 9 December, 



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1900 ; George Henry° Mitchell, born Nantucket, 4 November, 1823, 
removed 30 March, 184'3 to Philadelphia; and Daniel Thormton* 
Mitchell, born Nantucket, 8 March, 1826, removed 26 January, 
, to New York (North Records, page 6I) 



Affidavit of Isaac Richardson' Wilbur, San Francisco 

The following affidavit was filed in support of the application 
of Miss Elizabeth Agnes'" Wilbur (Isaac Richardson , Sophia^ 
Etheridge, Content Leeds' ChampUn, Williani, Joseph^ Elisabeth* 
Denison, Mercy' Gorham, Desire' Howland, John): 

Isaac Richardson Wilbur, being duly sv/orn, deposes and says: 
I was born in New Baltimore, Green County, New York, on 
October 28th, 1835, and am the son of Allen Russell Wilbur, who 
was born at Chenango County, New York, on October 4, I8O6 and 
died at Mattoon, Illinois, on July 11, 1881, and of his wife, 
Sophia* Etheridge, who was born in Sheldon, Vermont, about 
I8O9, and died in Bristol, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, in 1839, 
about October. The said Sophia Etheridge was married at New 
Baltimore, about 1827 or 1828, and was the daughter of Nathaniel 
Etheridge, who was born at Boston about 1773, and died at 
Sackett's Harbor, in the war of 1812, and of Content Leeds Cham- 
plin, who was born at Quechee, Vermont, on Sept. 2, 1790 and 
died at Kenosha, Wisconsin, about 1871, married about 1805 

I was married at Stockton, California, on August 23, 1865, to 
Louise Visher, who was born at Fulton, New York, on March 18, 
1847, and died at San Francisco on March 5, 1903 Our children 
were the following: 

1. Caroline Luana'" Wilbur, born June \9, 1866, near Stock- 

ton, married November 14, 1888, to John Strait 
Wilbur, the adopted son of William Wilbur, of Ham- 
ilton, Illinois. 

2. Harold Russell'" Wilbur, born at Stockton, June 7, 1876, 

married January 7, 1902, to Ila L. Henderson. 
S. Elizabeth Agnes" Wilbur, born at Stockton, on December 
3, 1872, unmarried. 

My knowledge of these facts, as to mv ancestors, was derived 
from personal acquaintance with my grandmother. Content Leeds 
(Champlin) Etheridge, who removed from Vermont to Wisconsin 
about 1849; and from 1855 to I860 I saw much of her, and cor- 

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responded with her up to the time of her death^ after I came to 
California^ where I arrived on the 28th day of April, I860 

The children of Nathaniel and Content Leeds' (Champlin) 
Etheridge were the following: 

1. Catherine* Etheridge, born at Sheldon, Vermont, about 

1806, and married Hammond Marsh, making their 
home in New Baltimore, New York, where they had 
children (1) William" Marsh, born about 1828; (2) 
Sophia' Marsh, born in 1832, married George Bos- 
worth; (3) Etta" Marsh, born in 1835, married 
Douglas Fowler; and Mary" Marsh, born in 1839 

2. Eliza' Etheridge, born about 1807, married in my father's 

house to Levi Grant, of New Baltimore, New York, 
and had: (1) Julia" Grant, born in April, 1836, mar- 
ried Durkee, but had no children; (2) Emory* 

Grant, born about 1842, married Davis, and has 

two children, Frances^" Etheridge Grant, who married 

Simmons, of Kenosha, Wisconsin; and Ethel" 

Grant, married Quarles. 

3. Sophia* Etheridge, born in 1809, married Allen Russell 

Wilbur, and had: (1) Frances" Wilbur, born January, 
1830, married, about 1855, to William Kemp, of 
Chicago, and had five children: Ida'" Kemp, married 

Emery ; Henry Etheridge"* Kemp ; Laura" 

Kemp, married W^illiam Hamman; Julia" Kemp, 

married Walter; and Grace" Kemp, married E. 

Leonard. 

4. William"* Etheridge, died unmarried, at about the age of 

nineteen or twenty. 

Mary' Champlin, daughter of Capt. William* and Content 
(Brown) Champlin, born about 1797, and died about 1895, in 
Bristol, Wisconsin, married Hastings Castle, and had: 

1. William" Castle, who died in 1907, in Pleasant Prairie, 

Wisconsin, married Corcoran, and had two 

children. 

2. Mary' Castle, who married Gibbs, a widower, but had 

no children of her own. 

3. George* Castle, who married Harriet Oliver, in Galena, 

Wisconsin, and had nine children. 

4. Harriet* Castle, who never married. 

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5. Elizabeth* Castle, married Nathaniel Burgess, for her 

second husband. She married, first, Huntoon, 

and had one son, George" Huntoon. By her second 
marriage, she had several children, including Mary 
Bell' Burgess, now living in Stockton, California, 
who married her cousin, Oliver D. Castle. 

6. Christopher Champlin" Castle, married first, Haerl- 

son, and had two daughters ; and married, second, 
Bush, and had two sons and four daughters. 

7. James Udell* Castle, married Emma Agnes Watkins, but 

had no children. 

8. Erastus* Castle, married and had several children, includ- 

ing William' Castle, residing near Visalia, California. 

My great-aunt, Mary' (Champlin) Castle, at the age of 93, 
worked, without glasses, a beautiful and elaborate piece of needle- 
work, now in the possession of James Udell Castle, her son, in 
Stockton, California. 

My father, Allen Russell Wilbur, settled in Wisconsin, in 
1837, and raised one of the first crops of grain in Kenosha County, 
Wisconsin. He removed to Mattoon, Illinois, less than a year 
before his death, making his home there with my sister, Frances 
Kemp. 

Subscribed and sworn to this fourth day of May, A. D. 1908 

I. R. Wilbur. 



The Family Record of Frederick Leonard" Brown 

Frederick Leonard" Brown (Permelia Ann" Gould, Lydia 
Howes, Priscilla Sears, Stephen, Thankfut Freeman, John, John, 
"Mercy Prence, Patience' Brewster, William^), No. 60 of this 
Society, was married at Bethayres, Pennsylvania, on 14 October, 
1890, to Marian Maud Walton, born Bethayres, on 7 July, 1859 
The following record of their children is printed at their request: 

Frederick Walton" Brown was born at Marmette, Wisconsin, 
on 2 August, 1891 

Marian" Brown was born at Wyncote, Pennsylvania, on 8 
October, 1893 

Austen Gould" Brown was born at Wyncote, Pennsylvania, on 
14 December, 1899 

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Joseph' Worth of North Carolina 

The material presented hereunder, and in the two articles 

which follow, was filed in connection with the application of 

Homer' Folger, of Pullman, Washington, California No. 61 (see 
page 103): 

Lydia* Gorham (Shubael,^ Desire^ Howland, John), born in 
Barnstable, Massachusetts, 14 March 1701, died in Nantucket, 
Massachusetts, 1 March, 1763, was married in Nantucket, 8 Sep- 
tember, 1720, to Joseph Worth, and had the following children 
{Nantucket Friends' Records, page 218): Anna, 23 d., 5 mo., 
1721; Abigail (twin) 23,5,1721; Nathaniel, 4,7,1723; Reuben, 
13,7,1725; Silvanus, 27,6,1727; Joseph, 29,9,1729; Lydia, 12,12, 
1731; Miriam, 22,4,1734; Thomas, 1,11,1736; Daniel, 10,12,1739; 
William, 4,1,1741, and Shubael, 6,5,1745. 

Joseph" Worth was married on the 6th day, 12th month, 1753, 
in Nantucket, to Judith, daughter of William and Anna Starbuck 
of that place. The following is a copy of their marriage certificate 
(Friends' Records, Book 1, page 219) : 

Whereas Joseph Worth Son of Joseph Worth of Sherborn in 
the County of Nantucket in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay 
in New England & Lydia his Wife: And Judith Starbuck Daughter 
of William Starbuck of Sherborn aforesaid and Anna His Wife: 
Having Declared their Intentions of Taking each other in marriage 
before Several Public meetings of the People called Quakers in 
Sherborn aforesaid according to the good Order used among them 
and proceeding therein after Deliberate Consideration thereof 
(with regard unto the Righteous Law of God in that Case) : 
They also appearing Clear of all others & having Consent of 
Parents and others Concerned were allowed by said Meetings. 

Now these are to Certify to all whom it may Concern that for 
the full Accomplishing of their said Intentions this Sixth Day of 
the Twelveth month called December in the year according to the 
Christian Account One Thousand Seven hundred & Fifty Three 
They the said Joseph Worth & Judith Starbuck appeared in a 
public Assembly of the aforesaid People met together at their 
Public Meeting House in Sherborn aforesaid and in a solemn 
manner he the said Joseph Worth Taking the said Judith Starbuck 
by the Hand did openly Declare as followeth. Friends I Desire 
you to be my Witnesses that I take this my Friend Judith Star- 
buck to be my Wife, promising by the Lords Assistance to be unto 
her a True & Loving Husband until it shall please God by Death 
to Separate us. And then and there in the said Assembly the said 
Judith Starbuck did in like manner declare as folloeth. Friends I 

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Desire you to be my Witnesses that I take this my Friend Joseph 
Worth to be my Husband promising by the Lords Assistance to 
be unto him a True & Loving Wife until it shall please God by 
Death to separate us. And as a further Confirmation thereof the 
said Joseph Worth & Judith Worth did then and there to these 
Presents Set their hands She according to the custom of marriage 
assuming the Name of her Husband. 

Joseph Worth 
Judith Worth 



And we whose Names are hereunto Subscribed being present 
at the Solemnixing of their said Marriage and Subscription in 
manner aforesaid as Witnesses hereunto have also to these Presents 
Subscribed our Names the Day & Year above written. 



William Clasby 
William Starbuck 
Samuel Coffin 
William Worth 
Caleb Swain 
Silvanus Hussey 
Jethro Starbuck 
Richard Macy 
Barnabas Gardner 
Nathaniel Coleman 
Elihu Coleman 
Nathaniel Starbuck 
Stephen Barnard 



Jethro Starbuck 
Nathaniel Worth 
Rachel Starbuck 
Silvanus Worth 
Jonathan Gardner 
Paul Gardner 
William Starbuck 
Mary Starbuck 
Elizabeth Starbuck 
Lydia Bunker 
William Worth 
Daniel Worth 
Shubael Worth 



Lydia Worth 
Lydia Starbuck 
Lydia Bunker 
Jethro Gardner 
Miriam Gardner 
Jonathan Garner 
Abigail Bunker 
Mary Coleman 
Anna Macy 



On the same page is a list of their children: Jethro, 3,9,1754; 
Eunice, 30,8,1756; Matilda, 14,10,1758, and Charles, 17,6,1761. 

The following entries are found in the minutes of Monthly 
Meetings of Friends at Nantucket: 

"Nantucket, 26th day, 9th month, 1774. 

"This Meeting is Informed from the preparative Meeting that 
Joseph Worth Jr. doth request a few lines by way of Certificate 
to the monthly meeting of Friends at New Garden, where he is 
bound with his Family to Settle, and he appearing herein and 
offering a few Lines by way of Acknowledgment of his Shortness 
in heretofore removing to Nova Scotia without a Certificate, 
Friends think his Acknowledgement may be accepted & William 
Rotch & Christo Starbuck are appointed to Inspect the Circum- 
stance of his removal & if it appears Clear to prepare a few 

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Lines as requested for him & Family & return to the monthly 
Meeting at a convenient time. 

"2, 10 mo., 1774 — ^Friends being met according to adjourn- 
ment. The Friends heretofore appointed in Joseph Worth's case 
make return that nothing appears but that he is clear to remove 
hence to Settle at New Garden & also returned a few Lines pre- 
pared by way of Certificate to Friends there which were read, 
approved of & signed herein by the Clerk. 

"At our monthly meeting of women Friends held on Nan- 
tucket ye 26th, 9 mo., 1774 — Our Friend Judith Worth Requests 
a few lines by way of Certificate for herself and Two Daughters, 
Namely, Eunice & Metilda. Sarah Barney & Lois Macy are 
appointed to prepare the Same and bring to our next monthly 
meeting. 

"At our monthly meeting of women Friends held on Nan- 
tucket ye 31st, 10 mo., 1774 — The Friends appointed to write 
the Certificates for our Friend Judith Worth and her two 
Daughters have performed the same, which were Read, approved 
& Signed by the Clerk." 



The Marriage Certificate of Matilda' (Worth) Folger of 
North Carolina 

Whereas Latham Folger, son of Reuben Folger of Nantucket 
in New England and Dinah his deceased wife, and Matilda Worth 
daughter of Jos. Worth Junior, and Judith his wife, of Guilford 
county in the Province of North Carolina having declared their 
Intentions of marriage with Each other before Several Monthly 
Mtgs of the People called Quakers at Centre in the county of 
Guilford aforesaid, having consent of her parents and parties 
concerned they were allowed by Said Mtgs. 

Now these are to certify whom it may concern that for the 
full Accomplishing their Said intentions, This twenty-Seventh day 
of the Eleventh month in the year of our Lord, One Thousand 
Seven Hundred and Seventy Seven, They the Said Latham Folger 
and Matilda Worth, Appeared in a Publick assembly of the afore- 
said People met together at their Public Meeting-house at Centre 
aforesaid, And in a Solemn manner the Said Latham Folger taking 
the said Matilda Worth by the hand did openly declare that he 
took the said Matilda Worth to be his wife, promising by Divine 
Assistance to be unto her a true and loving husband Until it 
should please the Lord, by death to Separate them, or words to 

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that Effect. And then & there in the said Assembly the said 
Matilda Worth did in like manner declare that she took the said 
Latham Folger to be her husband promising by Divine Assistance 
to be unto him A true and Loving Wife until it Should please the 
Lord by death to Seperate, or words to that purpose. And as a 
further confirmation there of the said Latham Folger and Matilda 
Folger did then and there to these present, Set their hands, She 
according to the custom of marriage assuming the name of her 
husband. 

Latham Folger 
Matilda Folger 

And we whose names are hereunto Subscribed being present 
Among others at the Solemnizing their said marriage and Sub- 
scription in manner Aforesaid, as witnesses hereunto, have also to 
their presents Subscribed our Names, the day and year above 
written. 



Benjamin Coffin 
Matthew Ozbun 
John Lenard 
John Beals 
John Mills 
Samuel Ozbun 



Peter Dicks 
Joseph Lawton 
Frances Lamb 
John Stone 
Elizabeth Brown 
Elizabeth Macy 



Joseph Worth Junr 
Joseph Macy 
Daniel Worth 
Jethro Worth 
Eunice Wilson 
Elizabeth Coffin 
Aaron Coffin 



The Will of Jethro Starbuck Folger of Indiana 

Jethro Starbuck' Folger (Matilda* Worth, Joseph'^, Li/dia* 
Gorham, ShuhaeV, Desire^ Howland, John) was born at Centre, 
North Carolina, 30 October, 1797, removed to Rush County, Indi- 
ana, about 1836 and died there, 4 September, 1862 He married, 
first, Mary, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Barnard, and had: 

Thomas Sydney' Folger, born 9 Feb., 1822, died July, 1892, 

married Phebe Barnard. 
Henry C." Folger, born 30 April, 1826, married Emily Coffin. 
Rufus' Folger, born 4 July, 1833, married Polly A. Smith. 
Adeline* Folger, born 4 July, 1833, married Swain Leonard. 
Lurania' Folger, born Aug., 1829, married William Newton 

Barnard. 
Maria' Folger, born about 1837, married Obed Barnard. 

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Jethro Starbuck' Folger, married, second, 14 October, 1852, 
Rebecca McNeily (Smith) Ingold, born in Forsyth Countj-^, North 
Carolina, 11 March, 1815, died Alton, Iowa, 2 October, 1903, 
and had: 

John Clifford Fremont* Folger, born 1857, married Sadie 

Cathcart. 
Homer" Folger, born 16 March, I860, married Osceola, Iowa, 
8 May, 1884, Emma Funston. 

The will of Jethro Starbuck' Folger was filed in the Clerk's 
Office of the Rush County Court of Common Pleas, 20 October, 
1862 A literal copy of the will follows: 

"Be it remembered that I Jethro S. Folger of the County of 
Rush and State of Indiana do hereb}' make ordain and publish 
this my last will and Testament (To wit) 

It is my desire that all my just debts & reasonable funeral 
expenses be paid. 

2^. It is mj'^ desire that my beloved wife Rebecca M. have 
all my household and Kitchen furniture in her own right together 
with one horse creature and two cows, also, that she have one hun- 
dred and fifty dollars annually out of the rents and profits of my 
Real Estate or the interest on my personal estate to rear and 
educate our minor children, and aid in their and her support gen- 
erally, conditioned as follows, (to wit) — When my youngest child 
shall have arrived to the age of fifteen years or both of my infant 
sons shall have died or my widow shall have married then it is my 
desire that fifty dollars of said annuity be with held and pass into 
my estate generally or if either of my infant children shall die 
prior to the youngest arriving to the age of fifteen, then twenty- 
five dollars I desire to be with held as above directed, in case of 
both their deaths my widow retaining one hundred dollars in lieu 
of dower. Provided nevertheless that if my widow prefer to accept 
one third of the rents and profits of my real Estate together with 
one-third of the interest of my personal Estate, (in place of the 
annuity as above stipulated) during her natural life for the pur- 
poses as set forth above, then it is my desire that she have the right 
to choose for herself. 

3''. If anything be left, out of the rents, profits, interest &c. 
of my Estate, after paying the annuities above stipulated, It is 
my desire that it be divided among my adult heirs annually. 

4**^. If my widow shall die prior to the majority of my infant 
heirs, in that case my desire is that her annuity go to their support 
and education, and if only one survive their mother, then one-half 

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of her annuity go for the support and education of the survivor, 
and the other half into the common stock to be distributed among 
the adult heirs as above directed. 

5'^. It is my desire that m}^ infant sons John C. Fremont 

and Homer have as good an education as my adult heirs got 
(exclusive of their own means) And even further, if the means set 
apart for that purpose, will admit of it and they desire it. 

6^^. It is further my desire that my widow be furnished with 
a good comfortable house and out buildings so long as she remains 
such. And on the final settlement of my Estate that an equal dis- 
tribution of the same be made among all my children. 

7**^. and lastly, I do hereby constitute and appoint my oldest 
son, Thomas Sydney and my esteemed nephew Franklin F. Swain 
my lawful Executors. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto affixed my hand and seal 
this I6th day of May 1862 

Jethro S. Folger (Seal) 

Signed and acknowledged in presence of as witnesses 

John M. Gardner & 
Thomas Barnard 



The Will of Isaac' Cushman of Vermont 

The following interesting record is printed at the request of 
Festus Cushman'" Lewis, California No. 61 (see page 100): 

Isaac' Cushman {Charles," John* Eleazer^ Mar-y Allerton, 
Isaac ), according to the Cushman Genealogy, appears to have 
removed from Plymouth to Rutland, Vermont, and to have had, by 
a wife whose name is not given, three daughters, Ethel, Lois and 
Polly. His will was dated 20 May, 1783, presented by the Execu- 
tors in Court 9 June, 1783, and recorded 3 December, 1784. in 
Rutland, Vermont. It is important, as it proves that his wife's 
name was Lois, and that his oldest child was not a daughter, Ethel, 
as stated in the Genealogy, but a son, Ethiel, not of full age at 
the date of the will. The following is a literal copy: 

"In the Name of God, Amen. 

"I, Isaac Cushman, of Rutland, in the County of Rutland and 
State of Vermont, being thro the abundant goodness of God, tho 
weak in body yet of a Sound Mind and Memory, Do Constitute 

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this my Last Will and Testament and desire it may be received 
by all as such. And 

"First — I give and earnestly recommend my Soul to God who 
gave it in full confidence of its resurrection again to Glory at the 
last day. And my body I commend to the dust from whence it 
was taken to be decently buried after my decease at the discretion 
of my Executors hereinafter named. And as to my worldly estate 
wherewith God hath been pleased to endow — 

"I Positively Will and order that my Funeral and other just 
debts be paid by my said Executors. 

"Secondly — I give and bequeath unto my dearly beloved wife, 
Lois Cushman, one third part of my personal estate forever, and 
the use and improvement of one third part of my real estate during 
her natural Life, with one good Feather bed and furniture and the 
use and improvement of one third part of the dwelling house 
wherein I now live. 

"Tertio — I give and bequeath unto my only son, Ethiel Cush- 
man, the whole of my Homestead farm, whereon I now dwell, with 
the stock and farming utensils and other appurtenances thereunto 
belonging (except as before excepted), as also one half right or 
share of land thro the town of Rutland aforesaid which I hold 
by Deed from Gershom Beach, after deducting out so much as 
will pay all my just Debts and Charges (if any should be found 
to be needed after collecting such debts as are now due me). On 
condition that my said Son, Ethiel Cushman, shall do well and 
duly provide for my four Daughters, Mary Cushman, Lois Cush- 
man, Sibbil Cushman and Levinah Cushman, suitable meat. Drink, 
Lodging & apparel fitting for their age and ages severally from 
time to time, both in sickness and in health, until they shall sever- 
ally be married, or until they shall severally arrive at the age of 
eighteen years. And my said Son, Ethiel Cushman, shall do well 
and truly pay or cause to be paid unto my said Daughters, Mary 
Cushman, Lois Cushman, Sibbil Cushman and Levinah Cushman, 
each of them Thirty pounds Lawful Silver money on their or either 
of their arrival to the age of eighteen years, and to each of my 
above named Daughters a further sum of Ten pounds like money 
on their or either of their arrival to the full age of nineteen years. 
Provided always, and it is herein provided, that if my said son 
should die before he arrives to the full age of Twenty-one years, or 
is married and have lawful issue of his Body, that then my sd 
Daughters shall Inherit as Coparceners. 

Lastly — I do hereby Constitute and appoint my said wife, 
Lois Cushman, and Samuel Williams Sole Executors to this my 

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last Will and Testament, and do hereby amply and fully empower 
them, the sd. Lois and Samuel, or either of them, to sue for and 
recover of all and singular my Debtors such sum and sums as may 
be found on examination to be due to me in the name and by 
virtue of this my appointment of them as Executors, and on the 
reception of any such Debt or Debts to discharge any such person 
or persons, and if any overplus remains after paying my Just 
Debts and the expenses of Collecting to remit the same unto my 
said Son, Ethiel Cushman. 

And I do hereby ratify and confirm this to be my last Will 
and Testament and earnestly request that it may be approved by 
the Court of Probate after my Decease and Registered in his 
Office as such. 

In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and 
affixed my seal at Rutland aforesaid this 20th day of May, in the 
year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-three. 

Isaac Cushman (L. S.) 

Personally present at the execution of the above instrument 
and heard the Testator Vocally with an audible voice pronounce 
it as his Last WiU and Testament. 

Jonathan Carpenter. 
Amos Himes. 
Jonas Fay. 

Rutland Probate District 

In Court of Probate, the 9th of June, A. D. 1783, the afore- 
going Will and Testament of Isaac Cushman, deceased, was pre- 
sented by the Executors therein named in said Court of Probate, 
proved and accordingly accepted. 

Test: Joseph Bowker, Judge C. P. B. 



The Marriage Certificate of Susanna' (Gorham) Paddock 

The marriage certificate hereunder, and the two which follow, 
are printed at the request of Margaret Locke^" (Bunker) Cox 
(Mrs. Alexander Middleton Cox), California No. 70 (see page 
112): 

Susanna" Gorham (Stephen*, John, Desire' Horvland, John), 
born Barnstable Mass., 10th day, 8th month, 1705, was married 
at Nantucket, Mass., 1 February, 1726-7 to Daniel Paddock, at a 

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Meeting of the Society of Friends. The marriage certificate (Book 
1, page 38) follows: 

Whereas Daniel Paddock the Son of Nath'l Paddock & Ann 
his Wife of the Town of Sherborn on Nantucket in the Province 
of ye Massachusetts Bay in New England etc. & Susanna Gorham 
Daughter of Stephen Gorham & Elizabeth his Wife of Barnstable 
in ye Province above said Having Declared their intentions of 
taking each other in marriage before Severall of Public meetings 
of the People called Quakers on Nantucket according to the good 
order Used among them Whose Proceedings therein after a Delib- 
erate consideration thereof (with regard unto the Righteous Law 
of God & Examples of his People Recorded in ye Scriptures of 
truth in ye case) were allowed by the said Meetings to proceed: & 
they appearing clear of all others & having consent of Parents & 
others concerned. 

Now these are to certifie all whom it may concern yt for the 
full accomplishing of their sd intentions this first Day of the 
Twelveth month called February in the year according to the 
English account one thousand seven hundred & Twenty & Six 
Seven they the said Daniel Paddock & Susanna Gorham appeared 
in a Public Assembly of ye aforesaid people & others met together 
for that purpose at Nantucket in their Publick Meeting place & he 
the said Daniel Paddock Taking the said Susanna Gorham by the 
hand did openly Declare as followeth : Friends I Desire you to be 
my witnesses that I take this my Friend Susanna Gorham to be 
my wife promising by the Lords assistance to be unto her a true 
& loving Husband untill Death shall separate us & then & there 
in the said Assembly the said Susanna Gorham did in like manner 
Declare as followeth: Friends I Desire you to be my witnesses 
yt I take this my Friend Daniel Paddock to be my Husband 
promising by the Lords assistance to be unto him a true & Loving 
Wife untill Death shall separate us. 

And the sd Daniel Paddock & Susanna (according to ye custom 
of Marriage) Now Susanna Paddock as a farther confirmation 
thereof did then & there to these Presents set their hands 

Daniel Paddock 
Susanna Paddock 

And we whose names are hereunto subscribed being present 
among others at ye solemnizing of their sd marriage & subscription 
in manner aforesaid as witnesses hereunto have also to these pres- 
ents subscribed our names the Day & year above written 



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Nathl Paddock 
Jabez Bunker 
Seth Paddock 
Andrew Gardner 
Eliphalet Paddock 
Silvanus Hussey 
William Clasby 
Samuell Gardner 
Mathew Jenkins 
Prince Coffin 
Caleb Swain 
Thomas Jenkins 
Phillip Pollard 



Nathl Starbuck 
Jethro Starbuck 
Batchelor Hussey 
Nathl Coleman 
Nathan Folger 
Priscilla Coleman 
Dinah Starbuck 
Dorcas Starbuck 
Abigail Howes 



Ann Paddock 
Mehetable Pollard 
Mary Gardner 
Lydia Worth 
Deborah Bunker 
Deborah Paddock 
Theodate Gorham 
Alice Paddock 
Mary Jenkins 
Margret Paddock 



The Marriage Certificate of Lydia' (Paddock) Bunker 

Lydia' Paddock (^Susanna Gorham, Stephen , John , Desire 
Howland, John) born at Nantucket, Massachusetts, 18th day 4th 
month, 1732, was married at Nantucket, 7 February, 1750, to 
Shubael Bunker, at a Meeting of the Society of Friends. A copy 
of the marriage certificate follows (Book 1, page Ipl): 

Whereas Shubael Bunker son of Zechariah Bunker of Sherborn 
on the Island of Nantucket in the Province of the Massachusetts 
Bay in New England & Desire his Wife, And Lydia Paddock 
daughter of Daniel Paddock late of Sherborn aforesaid Deceased 
& Susanna his Wife: Having declared their Intentions of Taking 
each other in marriage before Several Publick Meetings of the 
People called Quakers in Sherborn aforesaid according to the 
good order used among them and proceeding therein after delib- 
erate Consideration thereof (with regard unto the Righteous Law 
of God in that Case) They also appearing clear of all others & 
having Consent of Parents & others Concerned were allowed by 
the said meetings. 

Now these are to certify to all whom it may concern that for 
the full accomplishing of their said Intentions this Seventh day of 
the Twelveth month called February in the year accordinjr to the 
Christian account One thousand Seven Hundred & Fifty they the 
said Shubael Bunker & Fydia Paddock Appeared in a Publick 
Assembly of the aforesaid People met Together at their Publick 
Meeting House in Sherborn aforesaid and in a solemn manner he 
the said Shubael Bvmker taking the said Lydia Paddock by the 
hand did openly declare as foUoweth: Friends I Desire you to be 

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my Witnesses that I take this my Friend Lydia Paddock to be my 
Wife Promising by the Lords Assistance to be unto her a true & 
Loving Husband until it shall please God by Death to separate 
us. And then & there in the said Assembly the said Lydia 
Paddock did in like manner declare as followeth: Friends, I desire 
you to be my Witnesses that I take this my Friend Shubael Bunker 
to be my Husband, promising by the Lords Assistance to be unto 
him a true & Loving Wife until it shall please God by Death to 
separate us And as a further confirmation thereof the said Shubael 
Bunker & Lydia Bunker did then & there to these Presents set 
their Hands She according to the custom of marriage assuming the 
Name of her Husband 

Shubael Bunker 
Lydia Bunker 

And we whose Names are hereunto Subscribed being present among 
others at the Solemnizing of their said Marriage & Subscription in 
manner aforesaid as Witnesses hereunto have also to these Presents 
Subscribed our Names the Day & Year above written 



Joseph Paddock 
Nathaniel Coleman 
Simeon Gardner 
Seth Gardner 
William Swain 
Sam'l Calder 
Jos. Marshall 
Jethro Folger 
James Bunker 



Desire Bunker 
Deborah Pinkham 
Ahce Paddock 
Josiah Gorham 
Elizabeth Swain 
Ruth Gardner 
Deborah Pinkham 



(Paddock) Bunker, as 



Zechariah Bunker 
Eliphalet Paddock 
Jonathan Gardner 
Nathaniel Paddock 
Jethro Coleman 
Barnabas Gardner 
Thomas Macy 
William Clasby 
Elihu Coleman 
Jonathan Bunker 
Stephen Paddock 

The children of Shubael and Lydia' 
recorded in Friends' Record of Births and Deaths, page 11, were 
as follows: Shubael', born 6th day, 2nd month, 1754; Puella', 7th, 
5th, 1756; Francis', 31st, 7th, 1758; Gilbert', 17th, 11th, 1762; 
Naomi', 17th, 6th, 1766; Nathan', 8th, 11th, 1768; and Abiel' 
(Abel), 29th, 9th, 1771 

The following entry appears in volume 2, page 162, of the 
minutes of Nantucket Monthly Meeting of Friends, dated 27th 
day, 3rd month, 1780: 

"A Removal Certificate to the monthly meeting of Friends at 
the Nine Partners in behalf of Shubael Bunker & his family was 
laid before this meeting by the Friends appointed in that service 
which was read approved of & signed herein by the Clerk." 

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The youngest son, Abel, was taken by his parents to New 
York State; but it would appear that the oldest, Shubael, remained 
at Nantucket, as the record contains the following entry, under 
date of 26th day, 9th month, 1785: 

"The Committee appointed to prepare a Certificate to Dart- 
mouth monthly meeting in behalf of Shubael Bunker Junr pro- 
duced one which, being read and approved, was signed by the 
clerk." 



The Marriage Certificate of Henry Sell Bunker 

I hereby certify that on the fourth day of May 1846 Mr. 
Henry S. Bunker of Rio Grande, Brazil, & Miss Sophronia C. 
Wood of this town were united by me in marriage agreeably to 
the Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United 
States of N. America 

Henry B. Hooker 
Minister of the Gospel & Pastor 
of the 1^ Congregational Church 
Falmouth Massachusetts 
March 14th 1849 



The Settlement of the Estate of Isaac Harris of Bridgewater 

The record hereunder, and the will of Arthur' Harris, in the 
next article, are printed at the request of Milton" and Miss 
Edith" Latham, California Nos. 91 and 92 (see pages 142 and 
147): 

Isaac Harris, of Bridgewater, Mass., according to Mitchell's 
History of Bridgewater, married, first, Mercy* Latham (Susanna 
Winslow, Mary' Chilton, James^), and had eight children, Arthur", 
Isaac^, Samuel", Desire", Jane", Susanna", Mary" and Mercy ; and 
married, second, Mary, daughter of Robert Dunbar of Hingham, 
and had two children, Benjamin and Martha. Of these, the birth 
of one child is recorded: "The birth of Jane Harris being brought 
forth into The World the: 19; day of July; 1671; being when 
g {illegible) of years fit married to James dunbarr and After his 
decease the wife of Pelatiah Smith." {Mayflower Descendant, 
2:243) 

The following documents, relating to the settlement of the 
estate of Isaac Harris, who died before 19 June, 1708, are recorded 
in Plymouth: 

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"September the 21. 1709. for the settlement of the Land of 
Isaac Harris Late of Bridgewater Deceased it is ordered by the 
Judge of Probate of Wills &c for the County of Plymouth as 
followeth (viz) That Isaac Harris son of ye said Deceased shall 
have the housing & the twenty acres of Land whereon the housing 
stands which wear apprized at 39- 0- To him the sd Isaac & 
his heirs forever he therefore paying the sd sum of thirty nine 
pounds money to the Administrators of the sd Isaac Harris his 
estate: And that Benjamin Harris younger son of the sd Isaac 
Harris shall have the piece of Land on the south side of the River 
& west side of the highway prized at Eight pounds & the 20 acres 
of Land near the Burch swamp by Waymouth Rhode prized at 5 
pounds to him the said benjamin & his heirs for ever. 
1708 The account of Palatiah Smith & John Kingman adminis- 
Plim. trators of the Estate of Isaac Harris Late of Bridgewater 
ss. Deceased Exhibited into the Court of Probates for the 
County of Plymouth June the 19th: 1708 The said 
harris.^ Estate of Lands goods & Chatils according to the Inven- 
tory amounts to the sum of 103 19 

The Debts which the administra- 
tors have paid are as followeth 
(Viz) 

f 

To m^ samuel Elles 

To John Winchcomb 

To Edward Michell 

To John Murdo 

To Samuel Bradford 

To Ephraim Hayward 

To Isaac Harris 

To John Haward 

To Isaac Harris 

To Joseph Shaw 

To Petor Dunbar 

To John Hayward 

To Jonathan Washbon 

To William Ripley 

To Jonathan Washbon Junr. 

To Nicolas Byrum 

To James Latham Debt due to him 



£ 


s 


d 


12 








2 


15 


6 


2 


7 


3 


8 


4 





1 


10 





1 


10 


6 


1 


15 







15 







6 








6 


11 





15 


11 





5 


4 





10 








5 


3 





3 








2 








5 






Totall 



33 16 



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To the administrators account 

(viz) To their time expenses & Travill 
in saveing & gathering the Estate 
paying of Debts &c as pr the par- 
ticulars may be seen (viz.) to Mr. 
Smith 4.18. & to Mr. Kingman 
S.13. 3 8 11 

To the two youngest Children for 
Clothing in the Custody of their 
Guardian paid 14 

To the Judge & Register for writing 
the acct, citation allowing the acct: 
& settling the Estate & recording 
the acct: & settlement 10 



That the Eldest son living (viz) 
Isaac has had: in Lands from his 
father in his life time more than a 
Double portion & being cited 
made no appearance 
& also sam^ has had in Like manner 
more than his portion 
Desire Kingman hath had the sum of 8 
Jane smith hath had the sume of 8 

& Susanna Nuland the sum of 8 

all of their father in his life time & 
also mary the sum of 30 shillings 30 

which in all amounts to 



43 12 



60 






















25 



10 







The sura Totall of the estate after Debts & Charges 
of Administration Taken out amounts to 
60 7 to which add what hath been given 
by their father in his life time makes 85 17 

which being Divided into 7 parts makes to each Child 

the sum of 12 5 3 whereof Desire the wife of John Kingman 
hath had 8 so so there Remains Due to her 4 5 3 : & Jane 
the wife of Palatiah Smith hath had 8 Remains due to her 
4 5 3 & Susanna Nuland hath had 8 Remains Due to her 
4 5 3 And to Mary who hath had 30 shillings Remains Due to 
her 10 15 3 & to Mercy her portion is 12 5 3 And to Benjamin 
his portion is 12 5 3 & Martha her portion is 12 5 3; 

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here follow further Charges touching the apprizment & settling of 
Isaac harris his Lands 

To the Administrators Charges (viz) To Palatiah smith for two 
Jorneys to Plymouth & a day at Bridgewater Oil 

To John Kingman — a Jorney to Plymouth 3 

To the probate office 2 warrants of apprizm*. 2 
To 2 citations 2 

To swaring the prizers &c 3 

To the settlement of the Lands 5 

To an order to pay out the severall portions 16 
To Recording the apprizm*. settlem*. of ye Lands 3 16 6 



To the prizen of the Land 



2 16 



The adminisf. give credit for 2 year income of ye Land 

which being Deducted 1 10 



Remains 1 6 

To pay which sum Deduct from Each childs portion 4 shillings 
Know all men by these presents that I Pallatiah Smith adminis- 
trator to the Estate of Isaac harris Deceased, have received this 
7 day of March anno Dom: 1710 of Isaac harris the full sum of 
39 pounds in full for a Dwelling house & about 20 acres of Land 
formerly belonging to Isaac harris Deceased of Bridgwater The 
Receipt whereof I Do acknowledg and the sd Isaac harris his heirs 
Executors Do aquit & Discharge as witness my hand the Day & 
year above writen 

Pallatiah Smith 
Samuell Bradford Jun''. 
Thomas Parris 

Memorand: that on the 7th Day of March 1710-11 the above 
named Pelatiah Smith acknowledged the above writen Receipt to 
be his act & Deed before me 

Nathl Thomas 
Judge of Probate 



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The Will of Arthur' Harris of Bridgewater, Mass. 

Arthur' Harris {Isaac , Mercy* Latham, Susanna' Winslow, 
Mary Chilton, James^) was born in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, 
25 June, 1708; and died after 27 March, 1750, when his will was 
executed, and before 4 June, 1750, when it was allowed. He 
married first, 12 November, 1730 (Mayflower Descendant, 16:98) 
Mehitabel Rickard; and, second, about 1741, Bethiah Hayward. 
A literal copy of the will follows: 

"In the Name of God Amen the twentiseveanth Day of March 1750 
I Arthur Harris of Bridgwater in the County of Plimouth in his 
majesties province of the massachusets Bay in New England 
yeoman Being very Sick and Weake in Body But of perfect minde 
and memory thanks be given to God. Therefore Calling unto 
minde the mortality of my Body and Knowing that it is appoynted 
for all men once to Dye do make and ordain this my Last Will 
and Testament that is to Say princeaply and first of all I give and 
Recommend my Soul into the hands of God that gave it and my 
Body I Recomend to the Earth to Be Buried in a Decent Christian 
Burial at the Discretion of my Executors notthing Dougting But 
at ye General Resurrection I Shall Receive the Same again by the 
mighty power of God and as Touching Such Worly"*. Estate where- 
with it hath pleased God to bles me in this Life I give Demise and 
dispose of the Same in the following manner and forme — 

Imprimas — I give and Bequeath to Bethiah my derly Beloved 
Wife whome I likewise Constitute make and ordain my Sole Exec- 
utor of this my Lat Will and Testament all my quick Stock and 
moveabel Effects She paying the Legaces hereafter ment.®^ 

Item I give and Bequeath to Benjamin Harris my Eldest son 
Five pounds in old Tenor vallow to be paid to him by my sd 
Executor together with a paid of Pestils and the rest of his 
Trooping furnyture. 

Item I give and Bequeath to Silas Harris my Second Son a 
Twenty acer Lot of land Lying on the north side of Satuckit 
River Bounded westerly By the Lands of David Hille and Easterly 
by the Lands of Eleazer Washburns also ten acres Lying on yCi 
plain on ye north Side of the Roade a Little Easterly from the 
East meating House in sd Bridgwater to him and his hairs and 
Assigns for Ever as a perfect and absolute Estate of Inheritance 
Excepting a Resarve of fier Wood for one fier off from the sd 
twenty acres Lot to my Widow as Long as She So remains, — 

Item I give and Bequeath unto Luce my Eldest Daughter one 
father Bed and furnyture when She arrives to Lawfull age — 

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Item I Give to my two youngest Sons William and Caleb 
Harris a Lot of meadow at poor meadow So Called and upland 
on the north Side of the Way at the Head of the meadow Lying a 
Little Easterly from Thomas Moors Saw mill in Said Bridgwater 
to Be Equaly Devided Bewteen them as to quantity and qualety 
To be By them and their heirs and assigns peacably and quietly 
possessed for Ever Excepting the use and Improvement of the 
meadow to my widow during her Life 

Item I give and Bequeath to my two youngest Daughters 
Bethiah and Mehitibel five pounds a peace to be paid to them in 
old tenor value when they Shall arrive to Lawfull age — 

I Likewise order and Direct that one half of my Dwelling 
house be for the use and Improvement of my Widow During her 
widdowhood also all/my Bills Bonds and Book Debts and all other 
utencials after my Just Debts and funeral Charges are paid I give 
to my sd Executor to be by her freely possessed and Enjoyed I 
Do hereby utterly Disallow revoke and Disannulle all and Every 
other former Testaments wills Legacis and Bequeasts & Executors 
by me in any ways Before named Willed and Bequeathed Ratifing 
and Confirming this and nother to be my Last will and Testament 
in Witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and Seal the Day 
and year above written 

Arther Harris (Seal) 

Signed Sealed and Publised pronnounced and 
Decelared By the Said Arther Harris as 
his Last Will and Testament in the presents 
of us the Subscriber^. 



Thomas Whitman 
Samuel Whitman 
Benjamin Whitman 



The Will of Chilton* Latham of Bridgewater, Mass. 

The will given hereunder, and that of Bela* Latham, in the 
next article, are printed at the request of Milton'" and Miss 
Edith'" Latham, California Nos. 91 and 92 (see pages 140 and 
145): 

Chilton* Latham (Susanna Winslow, Mary^ Chilton, James^) 
was born about 1671, was married about 1699 to Susanna Kingman, 
and died at Bridgewater, 6 August, 1751 A literal copy of his 
will, dated 13 June, 1748, follows: 

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"In the name of God, Amen: — the Thirteenth day of June 
One Thousand Seven Hundred and Forty Eight. I Chilton 
Latham of Bridgewater in the County of Plymouth Gent™. Being 
in Good Helth of Body Excepting the Infirmitys of Old Age but 
of Perfect Mind and Memory Thanks be given to God theirfor 
Calling unto mind the mortality of my Body and Knowing that it 
is Appointed for all Men once to Dye Do Make & Ordain this My 
Last Will & Testament that is to say Principally and First of all 
I give and recomend my soule Into the Hands of God that Gave it 
and my Body I recomend to the Earth to be hurried in a Christian 
Like and Decant Manner at the Discretion of my Executor Noth- 
ing Doughting but the Generall Resurection I shall Receive the 
same again by the Mity Power of God and as to such worldly 
Estate as it hath Pleased God to Bless me with in this life Which 
What Remains unsettled I Dispose of as Follows 

Imprimas — I give and Bequeath unto Susanna My well beloved 
Wife my best Fether Bed and Furniture With the Bedstead and 
Iron Hangings belonging to it unto her & her heirs forever. 

Item — I give and bequeath unto my son Charles Latham besides 
what I have allredy given him a Peace of Meddow in Bridgwater 
Afores^. Lying between Petucket River so called and the upland 
which formerly belonged to Josiah Allen Deceased I say unto him 
and to his Heirs and Assigns forever. 

Item — I Give and Bequeath unto my son James Latham my next 
best Fether bed and beding belonging to it to him & to his Heirs 
forever besids what I have Allredy Given Him. 
Item — I Give and Bequeath unto my son Robart Latham whom I 
likewise Constitute make and Ordain my Only and sole Executor 
of this my last Will and Testament and to his heirs and Assigns 
forever my Half Purches right in the undivided lands in the eighth 
milds squairs in the Township of Bridgwater and other Fether 
Bed & Bedding and also all my Quick Stocks After the Decase of 
my wife if she should out live me it is also my will that he should 
keep Two Cows for my wife During her Natural Life I likewise 
Give unto him and so forth my Iron speit and one Iron Trammel 
Item — I give & bequeath to m}'^ son Joseph Latham besides what I 
have allredy given him Twenty shillings Old Tenor to be paid to 
him or to his Haers by my Executor aforenamed 
Item — I give and bequeath unto my two grandchildren Nehemiah 
Latham & Jean Latham five shillings apeace Old Tenor to be paid 
to them by my said Executor besides what I have giA-^en to their 
Father Arthur Latham Dec**, by Deed of Gift After my decease & 

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it is my desire & will that the said Nehemiah shall have Two third 
part* of all the Estate Contained in said Deed & the said Jane the 
other third part thereof 

Item — I give and bequeath to my Daughter Susanna Wade the 
wife of Thomas Waid Ju^. of Bridgwater besides what I have all- 
redy given her all my Brass & Puter & Wooden & Earthen Wair 
With all my other indore Movables which I have not before in this 
will given away, I say unto her & to her heirs forever. 
Item — I give and bequeath to My Daughter Mary Allen the Wife 
of Jonathan Allen of Bridgwater besides what I have allredy given 
her my Negro Garle named Dina after the decease of my wife if 
she should out live me she paying to her Brother James Eatham 
or to his Heirs ten pounds Old Tenor at the Time of her Receiving 
said Negro Garl I say unto her and to her heirs and assigns 
forever. 

And I do hereby utterly Disallow Revoke & Disanul all and 
Every other Will and Testament by me heretofore made Ratfying 
and Confirming this and No other to be my last Will and Testa- 
ment 

I Wittness Whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal 
the day & year above written 

Chilton Latham {Seal) 

Signed Sealed Published Pronounced and Declared by the said 
Chilton Latham as His Last Will and Testament in the Presents 
of us the 
Subscribers (viz) 

Daniel Johnson 

Abner Harris 

Thomas Latham 

The above will was proved 2nd March, 1752 



The Will of Bela* Latham of Ohio 

Bela* Latham (Arthur,^ Nehemiah* Arthur,^ Chilton* Susanna 
Winslow, Mary' Chilton, James^) was born at Lyme, New Hamp- 
shire, 23 May, 1794, and died at Columbus, Ohio, 21 April, 1848. 
His will is recorded in the Probate Court, Franklin County, Ohio, 
in Will Record C, page 25. The records show (Adm. Doc, page 
439) that on 18 May, 1848, Allen Latham and David W. Deshler 
were appointed executors of the last will and testament of Bela 
Latham, deceased. The bond fixed was $30,000, with Wm. S. 

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Sullivant and J. M. McKee as sureties. The will was proved 18 
May, 1848, and the final account settled 18 December, 1865. The 
following is a literal copy of the will: 

"In the name of the Benevolent Father of all, I, Bela Latham, 
of City of Columbus, in the State of Ohio, do make and publish 
this my last will and testament. 

"Item. I give and devise to my beloved wife, Rosanna 
Latham, in lieu of her dower in Lot No. 647 in this City, also 
all the household furniture farming stock and utensils, together 
with the growing crop of the home place, my interest in the 
nursery, and Five Hundred Dollars in money. 

Item. For the education and support of my four minor sons 
during their said minority, I give and devise to my son, James 
Latham, Twelve Hundred Dollars ; to my son, Allen Latham, 
Fifteen Hundred Dollars ; to my son, Frank B. Latham, the sum 
of Fifteen Hundred Dollars ; to my son, Edward H. Latham, 
Fifteen Hundred Dollars. 

Item. I do hereby authorize and empower my executors to 
this my last will to sell by private sale, or in such manner, upon 
such terms of credit or otherwise as they may think proper, all 
or any of my real estate and Deeds to purchasers to execute, 
acknowledge and deliver in Fee Simple; and I do further authorize 
said executors to sell all or any of my stage stock or other per- 
sonal property not herein devised, and to compromise, adjust, 
release and discharge in such manner as they may deem proper, 
all debts and claims due me. 

Item. It is my will that my just debts and all charges be 
first paid out of the proceeds of such sales or collections ; (2d) 
That the money specially devised to my four minor children be 
paid to their guardian or guardians as often and in such sums as 
they may require. 

"Item. It is my will that after making the said foregoing 
provisions the proceeds of all sales of land, stocks, etc., then 
remaining shall be divided by my executors into eight equal shares 
as often as may be convenient, and paid over one eight part to 
'my wife, one eight part to my daughter, Mary C. McKee, and 
one eight part to each of my sons, William A. Latham, Milton S. 
Latham,* James H. Latham, Allen Latham, Edward H. Latham, 
and Frank B. Latham ; and should either of said children die 



* The Hon. Milton S. Latham, who was inaugurated Governor of Cali- 
fornia 9 January, 1860, resigned 14 January, 1860, was elected United .States 
Senator by the Legislature of California 11 January, 1S60, and served until 
4 March, 1863. 

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without issue prior to said distribution, it is my will that his or 
her legacy or distributive share shall be apportioned and dis- 
tributed equally among my surviving children. 

Item. I do hereby nominate and appoint my brother, Allen 
Latham, guardian of my sons, James H., Allen, Edward H., 
Frank B., until they severally arrive at the age of twenty-one 
years, the three last to remain with their mother until they are 
eight years old if convenient, or longer if their education can be 
properly attended to by so doing. 

Item. I give and bequeath to my nephew, Arthur Latham, 
One Hundred Dollars as some return for his kindness and atten- 
tion during my sickness in Cleveland. 

Item. I do hereby nominate and appoint my brother, Allen 
Latham, and my friend, David W. Deshler, executors of this my 
last will and testament. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal 
this 8th day of April, A. D. 1848. 

(Signed) B. Latham. 
Two witnesses. 



Some Descendants of Bethiah* (Pratt) Cartwright 

Bethiah* Pratt {Joseph^, Mary' Priest, Degory^), born Charles- 
town, Mass., 11 February, 1679-80, married Sampson Cartwright, 
of Nantucket, Mass., and had: 

Alice' Cartwright, born 21 Apl., 1702, died 21, 10, 1767, mar- 
ried David Gwinn, of Salem. 
Hazadiah^ Cartwright, born 11 Januarj'^, 1707, died 15, 5, 
1791, married Abigail, daughter Dr. Joseph and Tabitha 
Brown, and had: 
Priscilla" Cartwright, born Nantucket, Mass., 27 Oct., 

1733, died single. 
James' Cartwright, born 26 June, 1735, married (1) Ruth 

Gardner, and (2) Love Macy. 
Rachel' Cartwright, born 9 Aug.', 1737, died 3, 7, 1776, 

married Jabez Macy. 
Mary' Cartwright, born' 29 Nov., 1739, died 22, 5, 1819, 

married Ebenezer Coffin. 

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Abigail' Cartwright, born 15 July, 1741, died 27, 9, 1826, 

married Barnabas Gardner. 
Joseph' Cartwright, born 27 June, 1743, died unmarried. 
Jonathan' Cartwright, born 22 Apl., 1745, died 10, 12, 

1789, married Deborah Macy. 
Thomas' Cartwright, born 29 Nov., 1746, died at sea. 
Benjamin' Cartwright, born 15 Nov., 1748, died 13 Jan., 

1812, married (1) Elizabeth Bunker, and (2) Abigail 

Paddock. 
Bethiah' Cartwright, born 5 Oct., 1750, died 10, 1, 1793, 

married John Macy. 
John' Cartwright, born 30 Aug., 1752, died 22, 4, 1837, 

married Mary Starbuck. 
William' Cartwright, born 13 Dec, 1755, died at sea, 7th 

month, 1813 
Seth° Cartwright, born 8 Jan., 1760, died 29, 3, 1811, 

married Polly , in Virginia. 

Jonathan' Cartwright, born 22 Apl., 1745, married Deborah, 
daughter of Robert Macy, born 13th, 12th month, 1749, died 
30, 4, 1771, and had: 

Deborah' Cartwright, born Nantucket, 18 Sept., 1770 

Deborah' Cartwright, born Nantucket, Mass., 18 Sept., 1770, 
died 27 Sept., 1848, married Thomas, son of John and Mary Swain, 
born Nantucket, 14 July, 1769, died in West Indies, February, 
1801, and had: 

Sarah* Swain, born 18 July, 1790, died 13, 3, 1824, married 
John W. Macy. 

Thomas H.' Swain, born 9 March, 1792, died 19, 12, 1849, 
married (1) Lucretia Hussey, and (2) Betsey Hussej'. 

Lucy* Swain, born 8 February, 1794, died 21, 11, 1865, 
married (l) Thomas Mitchell, (2) John R. Macy and 
(3) William B. Coffin. 

Eliza* Swain, born 11 Feb., 1796, died 15, 1, 1819, married 
Edward Macy. 

Lydia* Swain, born 8 March, 1798, died 23, 9, 1826, un- 
married. 

William C* Swain, born 18 May, 1801, died 15, 5, 1885, mar- 
ried, 28 Nov., 1822, Mary Starbuck. 

The above record was transcribed from the genealogical mate- 
rial in the custody of the Nantucket Historical Association, and 
filed with the papers of the late Mary Swain'" (Barney) Stanley, 
California No. 76. 

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Affidavit of John Alden' Sampson* 

San Francisco, March 30, 1912 
John Alden Sampson makes the following certificate: 
I was born in Kingston, Mass., on October 3, 1831 and am 
the son of Constant' Sampson, born December 26, 1798, who mar- 
ried Jan. 9, 1821 Patience Washburn, born April 30, 1801 Their 
children were the following: 

1. Harvey* Sampson, born Feb. 22, 1822, married Caroline 

Cook, daughter of Robert Cook, and had children: 
(1) Fanny" Sampson, married Edwin Sargent, now 
of Piedmont, California, and has sons, Lj'^man'", 
Howard*", and Alden'* Sargent. (2) George" Samp- 
son, married Katherine Hatfield. No children. 

2. Patience" Sampson, born April 2, 1826, married John 

Burnham and had children (two sons died without 
issue): (1) Henry Burnham, South Braintree, Mass., 
married . No children. (2) Prescott Burn- 
ham, New York City, married . I think there 

are no children. 

3. George' Sampson, born April 22, 1829, died ten or twelve 

years ago, unmarried. 

4. John Alden* Sampson, this affiant, born October 3, 1831, 

married Marcia D. McKenzie, daughter Alexander 
McKenzie, and had: (1) Mary Lydia Edgerton" 
Sampson, born 1858, married Lewis B. Harris, Jr., 
now of San Diego, California, and has children: 
Marcia Eudora" Harris, born April, 1888, Mary 
Adele'" Harris, born Oct. 12, 1890, John Alden"'" 
Harris, born Oct., 1895, and Gertrude Evelyn'" Har- 
ris, born 1898 

5. Rebecca* Sampson, born October 30, 1835, married, but 

died soon afterward, leaving no children. 

6. Philip' Sampson, born April 23, 1838, married, I think, 

Myra Edson, and had children: (1) Frank" Sampson, 
married. No children (1911) and (2) Ann, un- 
married. He came to California, but afterward 
returned to Massachusetts. 

7. Augusta Ann* Sampson, born August 30, 1840, married 

William T. Tribble of Kingston, Mass., living in 
Berkeley, California, 1911, and had children (1) 



♦Deceased. See record of California No. 65, pages 104-5. 

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George* Tribble, married Katherine Schaunlofell, 
and has one son, Chester F/" Tribble; (2) Frank* 
Tribble, married Sarah A. Colcord, no children ; and 
Henry' Tribble, unmarried. 

My father, Constant' Sampson, had the following brothers 
and sisters: 

1. Rebecca Alden' Sampson, born May 11, 1800, married 

Thomas Ripley, of Kingston, Mass., and had two 
sons and three daughters. 

2. Mary Wakefield' Sampson, born April 27, 1802, married 

Thomas Peterson, of Duxbury, Mass., and had one 
son and five or six daughters. 

3. Alden' Sampson, born April 23, 1804, married Dec. 2, 

1827, Mary W. Symmes, and had children: (1) Mari- 
anna* Sampson, born Nov. 2, 1832, married, no chil- 
dren; (2) Winslow*" Sampson, born Dec. 26, 1843, 
married, and had one daughter. 

4. Ruth Crocker' Sampson, born Dec. 21, 1806, married 

Marshall Peterson, and had four or five children. 

5. Maria' Sampson, born Seopt. 30, 1808, married Brazier 

Brastow, of Brewer, Maine. I have no further 
knowledge. 

6. Philander' Sampson, born July 14, 1811, married Sarah 

Chandler, and had: (1) John Thomas* Sampson, 
married, and (2) Ann Maria* Sampson, married. 

7. Welthea' Sampson, born Jan. 7, 1814, married Percy 

Woodward, of Damariscotta, Maine, and had chil- 
dren. 

8. Julia Ann' Sampson, born April 24, 1818, married Josiah 

Tillson, and had children. 

9. Hiram' Sampson, born Dec. 2, 1820, married first, Welther 

Drew, and had a daughter, Katy' Sampson; and 
married, second, Sarah Paine, and had two sons, 
William Alden* Sampson and another. 

I further certify that I have consulted my sister, Augusta 
Ann (Sampson) Tribble, with reference to the record submitted 
herein, and the same is as accurate and complete as it can now 
be made, at so great a distance from our birthplace. 

John Alden Sampson. 



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Certificate of Paul Harte" Bosworth,* San Francisco 

Paul Harte Bosworth, being duly sworn, deposes and says: 
I was born in the city of San Francisco, 14 August, 1872, and 
am the son of Henry Martyn" Bosworth and his wife, Virginia" 
Wise. I certify that the following is a literal copy of a family 
record in my possession, and that the persons named therein, and 
the facts stated, were personally known to one or both of my 
parents, who were first cousins, grandchildren of Martin and 
Deborah Freeman (Hinckley) Wells, referred to hereunder: 



WELLS. 

Married at Marblehead, Mass., Augt. 27, 1808 

Martin Wells of Colchester, Conn, to Deborah Freeman Hinckley 

of Marblehead, by Rev. James Bowers. 
Married at Tuscaloosa, Ala. May 17, 1838 
Mr. Daniel P. Bosworth merchant of Marietta, Ohio, to Miss 

Deborah T. Wells, by Rev. Mr. Williams. 
Married in Tuscaloosa, Ala., Oct. 15, 1838 
Mr. James A. Wise to Miss Mary Hinckley Wells by the Rev. Mr. 

Williams. 
Married in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, Jany. 2, 1843 
Mr. William R. Wells to Miss Emily D. Jordan, by Rev. Mr. 

Pierce. 
Married in Gill, Franklin Co. Mass., Oct. 21, 1847 
Mr. Geo. H. Wells to Miss Urania S. Richards by Rev. Mr. Miller. 
Married in Marietta, O. Sept. 5, 1849 
Mr. Martin P. Wells to Miss Harriet M. Butler, by Rev. D. W. 

Talford. 
Married in Trinity Ch. New York. April 28, 1859 
Mr. Charles Bourne Wells to Cornelia A. van Zandt. 



BIRTHS 

Martin Wells, in Colchester, Conn. June 24, 1782 

Deborah F. Hinckley, wife of Martin Wells at Marblehead, Mass. 

Apl. 27, 1790 
Deborah Tasker Wells, at Marblehead, Mass. Feby. 5, 1810 
Baptized in April by Rev. Jas. Bowers. 
William Reed Wells, at Marblehead, Mass. Jany. 30, 1812 



*See line of descent, page 167. 

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Mary Hinckley Wells, at Marblehead, Mass. Dec. 10, 1813. Bap- 
tized the following July with William by the Rev. Jno. C. 
Henshaw. 
George Henry Wells at Portland, Maine, Feby. 19, 1816 
Lucia Ann Wells at Cape Elizabeth, Me. Nov. 26, 1818 
Martin Pomeroy Wells at Cape Elizabeth, Me. June 9, 1821 
Franklin Otis Wells at Cape Elizabeth, Me. Oct. 27, 1823 
Edward Freeman Wells at Cape Elizabeth, Me. Apl. 27, 1826 
Charles Bourne Wells at Cape Elizabeth, Me. Oct. 22, 1832 
The last five sons baptized in the spring of 1835 at Cape Eliza- 
beth by Rev. J. G. Merrill. 
Henry Martyn Bosworth, first son of Danl. P. and Deborah T. 

Bosworth, born at Marietta, O. Dec. 12, 1839 
Daniel Perkins Bosworth second son of Danl. P. and Deborah T. 

Bosworth, at Marietta, O. August 11, 1841 
Francke Huntington Bosworth, third son of D. P. and D. T. Bos- 
worth at Marietta, O. Jany. 25, 1843 
George Wells Bosworth fourth son of D. P. and D. T. Bosworth 

at Marietta, O. April 28, 1845 
Tasker Bourne Bosworth, son of Danl. P. and Lucia A. Bosworth, 
at Marietta, O., Dec. 2, 1848 



DEATHS 

Died May 30, 1810 Deborah Bourne, aged 77, grandmother to 

Deborah F. Wells 
Died Nov. 7, 1841, at Marietta, O. Deborah F. Wells, wife of 

Martin Wells, aged 51 years. 
Died Oct. 1, 1845 at Marietta, O. Deborah T. Wells Bosworth. 
Died at Cape Ehzabeth, Me. Feby. 19, 1851, Martin Wells, 

aged 68 
Died at Fairfield, Iowa, Edward F. Wells, May 6, 1855, aged 29 
Died at Clifton Springs, N. Y., Urania S. R. Wells, July 31, 1858, 

aged 38 years. 
Died at Longview Asylum, O., Franklin O. Wells, Oct. 3, 1870, 

aged 47 years. 
Died at Marietta, Ohio, Charles Bourne Wells, Dec. 23, 1885, aged 

53 years. 
Died at Fairfield, Iowa, Emily D. Wells, Nov. 30, 1879 
Died at Marietta, Ohio, George H. Wells, July 18, 1886, aged 70 

years. 
Died at Fairfield, Iowa, Capt. Wm. R. Wells, Jany. 5, 1888, aged 

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Died at Marietta, Ohio, Martin R. Wells, Sept. 27, 1894, aged 

73 years. 
Died at Marietta, Ohio, George Wells Bosworth, Mch. 17, 1858, 

aged 12 years 
Died at San Francisco, Cal. Mary Hinckley Wise, Jan. 1, 1898, 

aged 84 years, about 11 o'clock P. M. 
Henry Martyn Bosworth died in San Francisco at St. Winifred's 

Hospital, Sutter St. near Larkin at the age of 65, 6 months, 

16 days, June 30th, 11 P. M. 

I further certify that, in another part of the same book, the 
original sheets from a family bible have been pasted for reference, 
containing the following entries, in the handwriting of Mary 
Hinckley (Wells) Wise: 



FAMILY RECORD 

Marriages. 

Mary H. Wells and James W^ise married Oct. 5, 1838 
Virginia Wise and Henry Bosworth, Dec. 1865 
Kate Wise and P. Spade, married April 23, 1871 
Louise Wise and A. T. Smith, May 13, 1873 

Births. 

James Wise, born Sept. 1810 
Mary H. Wells, Born Dec. 10, 1813 
William B. W. Wise, born Aug. 24, 1839 
Virginia Wise, born June 22, 1841 
Louise Wise, born Dec. 24, 1842 
Cornelia Wise, born Aug. 22, 1845 
Annie Wise, born Sep. 6, 1847 
Kate Wise, born Oct. 15, 1849 

Births. 

James Wise, born September 1810 
M. H. Wise, Born Dec. 10, 1813 
W. B. West Wise, born Aug. 24, 1839 
Virginia Wise, Born June 22, 1841 
Louise Wise, Born Dec. 23, 1842 
Cornelia Wise, born July 27, 1845 
Anne Wise, born Sep. 6, 1847 
Kate Wise, Born Oct. 15, 1849 



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Deaths. 

James Wise, died Nov. 13, 1875 
Cornelia Wise, died Sep. 8, 187 — (torn) 
W. B. West, died Aug. 22, 18— (torn) 
Kate Wise Spade died Jan 18 (torn) 
Hellen Wise Bosworth died (torn) 

Oct. 3, 1875 
Leila V. Spade, drowned 

July 28, 1887 
Ann Wise died June 30 (torn) 

Note. This page was mutilated when cut from the Bible, but 
memoranda in my grandmother's note book showed that W. B. West 
died August 22, 1841, and Ann Wise died June 30, 1847 

Paul Harte Bosworth. 



San Francisco, October 7, 1912 



Thomas* Cushman, of Lebanon, Connecticut 

One of the first results of the careful work done in connection 
with the verification of lines submitted by applicants for member- 
ship in the Society of Mayflower Descendants (more particularly 
by the Massachusetts Society) has been the discovery of the names 
of additional children, when wills and other records have been 
compared with printed lists of the different families. Such omis- 
sions have occurred in earlier, as well as later generations. Many 
hundred cards have been sent out by this Society to persons resid- 
ing in Pacific Coast States, whose names implied that they might 
be descended from Mayflower passengers ; and one of these was 
responded to by Mr. James Thomas Cushman, of Seattle, Wash- 
ington, who submitted a line of descent which could not be made 
to agree with the material printed in the Cushman Genealogy 
(1855). To his intelligent interest and perseverance must be 
attributed the discovery of an hitherto unknown grandson of John 
Howland, and great-grandson of Isaac Allerton. Under date of 
15 September, 1916, Mr. Cushman wrote: "I am sure that the 
California Society may justly claim the credit of starting the 
search which ended successfully in the discovery of another son 
of Thomas and Ruth (Howland) Cushman. Until I received the 
card you sent me, I had never thought of running this matter 

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down; but when once started, I determined to persevere until I 
should find that success was impossible. The final link was dis- 
covered through the efforts of a distant kinsman of mine, Mr. 
Theodore P. Adams, of Plymouth, Massachusetts, who kindly 
examined the land records." Mr. Cushman is a member of the 
Washington Society of Mayflower Descendants, and has, very 
kindly, furnished the California Society with copies of some of 
the records which have established his descent. 

According to the Cushman Genealogy (page 100), Thomas 
Cushman {Mary' Allerton, Isaac) was "born 16 Sept., 1637, 
married 1st, Ruth Rowland, daughter of John Rowland, one of 
the old comers, 17 Nov., 1664 She was living when her father's 
Will was made, 29 May, 1672, and as he was married the second 
time in 1679, his first wife must have died between those dates. 
He married, 2nd, Abigail Fuller of Rehoboth, 16 Oct., 1679 He 
and his 2nd wife were members of the Church at Plympton." On 
pages 124 and 125, the Genealogy states that Thomas^ Cushman 
had one son, Robert* Cushman, by his first wife, born 4 Oct., 1664; 
and, by his second wife, Job* Cushman, born about 1680, Bartholo- 
mew* Cushman, born 1684, Samuel* Cushman, born 16 July, 1687, 
and Benjamin* Cushman, born 1691 As yet, we have learned of 
no claim that Thomas' Cushman had daughters; but, since his 
first wife lived for at least eight years after their marriage, it is 
not unlikely that the names of other children will be found in the 
records. 

Thomas and Mary^ (Allerton) Cushman had four sons, 
Thomas\ Isaac'', Elkanah' and Eleazer', all of whom were married; 
but, according to the Cushman Genealogy, none of these had a 
son Thomas Hence, as Elder Thomas Cushman died at Plymouth, 
11 December, 1691, the following deed must have been executed 
by his son, Thomas' Cushman {Plymouth County Registry of 
Deeds, Book 4, page 167) : 

"To all Christian People, to whom these Presents shall come, 
Thomas Cushman of the Towne of Plimouth, in the County of 
Plymouth in New England, sendeth Greeting, &c. 

"Know yee that I the sd Thomas Cushman, for & in consid- 
eration of the full & inst sum of one hundred & seven Pounds & 
tenn shillings Currant Money of New England aforesaid To me in 
hand by Thomas Loring of Plimouth in ye County of Plimouth 
Aforesaid well & truly paid, with wch said sum I acknowledge 
myself to be fully contented satisfied & paid & thereof & of every 



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part and parcel thereof doe clearly Acquitt Exonerate & Discharge 
the sd Thomas Loring his heirs Executrs administrs forever by 
these presents have given granted bargained sold aliened enfeofed 
& confirmed & by these presents for me & my heirs doe freely 
clearly and Absolutely give grant sell aliene enfeofe & confirme 
unto the sd Thomas Loring his heirs & Assigns forever all that 
my Lott of land lying & being in the Township of Duxboro Con- 
taining Twenty Acres more or less, viz: five Acres Adjoyning to 
the Lands of John Trasy, being the Spott upon which my son, 
Thomas Cushman, hath built, & is bounded as followeth, viz: 
toward the east by the lands of Elisha Wadsworth, towards the 
south alsoe by the Land of sd Wadsworth, towards the West by 
the high way or County Road, and towards the North by the 
Land of sd Trasy, extending Eastward from sd Road Thirty two 
Rods in length and extending Southward from sd Trasys land 
for its bredth twenty five Rods to a way sett out by sd Wadsworth 
for his own use. Also fiveteen Acres more (be it more or less) 
lying upon Jones River & bounded as followeth viz. bounded on 
the east by land of sd Elisha Wadsworth by an heap of Stones 
at the northeast Corner and Another heap of Stones at ye South- 
east Corner being twenty Rods in breadth bounded on ye North 
by the lands of Elisha Bradford on the west by the Meadow of 
Thomas Cushman of Duxboro & on the South by sd Jones's River 
and the Land of sd Wadsworth. Together with all my Right 
title or interest in or unto the sd granted & bargained premises 
with all & singular the Rights priviledges and Appurtenances 
thereunto belonging or in any wise Appertaining. To have & to 
hold the sd five Acres & the sd fiveteen Acres of Land within the 
Limitts above expressed with all the housing fences fencing wood 
timber and all whatsoever Upon sd Lands as alsoe all my Right 
title or Interest in or unto any Common or Undevided lands in 
the township of Duxboro aforesd. 

"Unto him the sd Thomas Loringe his heirs & Assigns forever 
unto his & theire only Proper use & behoof forever. And I the 
sd Thomas Cushman for myself my heirs Executrs & Administratrs 
to & with the sd Thomas Loring his heirs & Assignes Doe Cove- 
nant & Promis in manner & forme following, vizt. that att the 
time of Ensealing & till the perfecting hereof I am the proper 
& Lawfull owner of sd bargained premises And that I have good 
Rightfull Power & lawfull Authority to sell assure & Confirme 
the same in manner & forme as above expressed, and that the sd 
bargained Premises are free & Clear & clearly Acquitted of & from 
all other & former gifts grants bargains sales titles troubles & 



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Incumbrances what soever by me hertofr had made done or suferd 
to be done or by any other person or persons whatsoever by or 
with my Consent allowance cause means privity or procurement. 
And I doe hereby Warrant to maintaine the Sale abovesd. & the sd 
Thomas Loring his heirs & Assignes in his & their Peacable 
enjoyment of the Premises for ever to defend against my self 
my heirs & assignes &c. every other Person & Persons Lawfully 
claiming any Right title or Interest in or unto the same or any 
part or parcell therof. 

"In Wittness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand & seall 
this third day of February Anno Domini One Thousand Seven 
hundred and two 

Signed, sealed & delivered Thomas Cushman (Seal) 

in the Presence of us 

Thomas Cushman Jr. 

Ariel Fuller 

Ephraim Little Jr. 

Plymouth SS 

That on ye 5th day of February 1702-3 then the above named 
Thomas Cushman personally appeared & acknowledged the above 
written instrument to be his Act & Deed. At the same time 
Abigail his wife Alsoe appeared & gave up her Right in the 
premises before me. 

James Warren, Justice of Peace 

The above record establishes the fact that "Thomas Cushman 
of Duxboro" was the son of Thomas Cushman of Plymouth, and 
that the latter's second wife, Abigail (Fuller) Cushman, gave her 
assent to the transaction. On the day following the signing of the 
above deed, Thomas Cushman, Jr., joined in another, abridged 
as below: 

. . Thomas Loring of Plymouth in the County of Ply- 
mouth in New England & Thomas Cushman of Duxborough in the 
County aforesd . . . for and in consideration of the full & 
just summ of Twenty Pounds Currant money of New England 
aforesd to us in hand by Majr John Bradford of Plymouth aforesd 
. . unto him the sd John Bradford his Heirs & assigns for- 
ever Ail that our two acres of meadow or marsh (more or less) 
situate lying & being within the Township of Duxborough aforesd 
a little above the bridge called Jones River Bridge together with 

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a strip of upland thereto adjoyning which upland and meadow is 
bounded as followeth; Towards the Southwest by the River 
Towards the Northwest by a Creek that runs between sd marsh 
& the marsh of Majr William Bradford Towards the Northeast by 
the marsh lately in the Tenure of Captn Joseph Rowland & toward 
the Southeast by the County Road. ... In witness whereof 
we have hereunto set our hands & seals this fourth Day of Febru- 
ary anno Domini one thousand seven hundred & two 1702/3 
"Signed sealed & delivered in presence of us 

"Thomas Clarke 

"Ephraim Little 

"^Memo"^ That before sealing & delivereing it was agreed & con- 
cluded as followeth viz. that the abovesd Thomas Cushman sells 
assures & ingages to defend the two acres of meadow and Thomas 
Loring sells assures & ingages to defend only the strip of upland 
adjoyning & is in no way concerned in ye meadow. 

Thomas Loring (Seal) 
"Witness — Eph™ Litte Junr. Thomas Cushman (Seal) 

"Entred September 9th 1713 and Recorded pr Josiah Cotton Reg'". 
Mem. That on the fifth day of February 1702/3 Then the above- 
named Thomas Loring & Thomas Cushman both of them person- 
ally appeared before me the subscriber one of her Majesties Jus- 
tices of the Peace for the County of Plymouth & acknowledged 
the above written instrument to be their Act & Deed. At the 
same time Sarah the wife of the above named Thomas Cushman 
also appeared & gave up her Right in the Premises. 

James Warren." 

As early as 1703, Thomas Cushman, of Duxbury, Mass., 
became interested in lands at Lebanon, Connecticut, as appears 
by Lebanon Land Records. In Vol. 1, page 139 (new page 281) 
is recorded a deed from "Henry Woodward of Lebanon to Thomas 
Coachman of Duxberry in the County of Plimouth in the Province 
of the Massachusetts Bay in New England ... all my whole 
right of alotment in the township of Lebanon, in that part of the 
township called Lebanon Village, containing 200 acres, to ly in 
Common according to the costom of the place . . . the first of 
April, 1703" The witnesses to this deed were Thomas Thacher 
and John Strong. Other deeds are of record from "John Smith 
of Lebanon to Thomas Coushman of Lebanon" for 51 acres, dated 
19 July, 1710, and from "Moses Woodworth and David Wood- 



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worth, both of Norwich, in the County of New London & Colony 
of Connecticut in New England ... to Thomas Coushman 
of Lebanon" for about 92 acres, dated 20 November, 1724. 

On tombstones in the Old Cemetery at Lebanon, Conn., may 
be seen the following inscriptions: 

"Here lies the body of Mr. Thomas Cushman, late husband 
of Mrs. Sarah Cushman, who died January 9, 1727 aged 57 

Here lies our honored Father dear 
Who was our faithful guide. 
Here also lies our Mother dear 
Intombed by his side 

1728 

"Here lies the body of Mrs. Sarah Cushman, late wife of 
Mr. Thomas Cushman, who died Dec. 25, 1726, aged 52 years 

Here lies y® womb with in this tomb 
From whence we had our nature 
We hope they both are now at rest 
In God their great Creator." 

This Society has procured a certified copy of the will of 
Thomas Cushman of Lebanon (Windham Probate Records, Vol. 1, 
pages 167-170), which is given in full hereunder: 

"In the name of God Amen. 

The ninth day of January In y® year 1726/7 
I, Thomas Cushman of Lebanon In y® County of Windham and 
Colony of Connecticut in New England being very sick and weake 
in Body but of perfict Mind and Memory Thanks be Given to 
God therefor. Caling to mind y^ mortality of my body and 
knowing It is appointed For all men once to Dye, Do make and 
ordain this to be my last Will and Testament. That is to say 
principally and first of all I Give and Recommend my Soull Into 
y* hands of God that gave it and my Body I Recomend to y* 
Earth to Buried in decent Christian Buriall at y® Discretion of 
my Executors hereafter named Nothing Doubting but at y® General 
Resurrection I shall Receive y® same by y® mighty power of God. 
And as touching my Worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased 
God to bles me in this life I Give Devise and Dispose of y^ same 
in y* following manner and form — First that all my lawful Debts 
be truly paid out of my moveable Estate in Creatures as Stock. 

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Imprimis I Give and Bequeath to my Son William Cushman all 
my lott of land that I bought of Moses Woodworth and David 
Woodworth lying on y" Southeast side of y® Street against or near 
to my New Dwelling hous as it is discribed to be bounded in my 
Deed from sd Woodworths, to be to him my Son William, his 
heirs and assigns forever. 

Item I Give and bequeath unto my son Thomas Cushman my new 
Dwelling hous and all y^ lott of land as it is bounded by my 
Deed from Henry Woodworth with all y® buildings orchardings 
fencing and all y® Priviledges thare on or thare unto belonging 
together with a Division of land at y^ Reer ajoyning to y® aboves** 
lot As may appear of Record in Lebanon book of Records Reserv- 
ing to my Son William Cushman y® priviledg and benefit and use 
of one half of y^ hous and barn that stands on this lott for y® 
space of Ten years, this lott with y^ Division with all y® Privi- 
ledges thare on or thare unto belonging, one half of y® Hous and 
Barn only Reserved for ten years, to be to him my son Thomas 
Cushman his heirs and assigns for ever. 

Itim. I Give and bequeath to my son Eleazer Cushman all y® 
lott of land that I bought and had of John Smith as It is bounded 
or described to be bounded as by my Deed from s*^ Smith and allso 
one Division of about fourty acres of land lying and being a Divi- 
sion of y® land Caled y® whig land as it is recorded in Lebanon 
book of Records ; and allso all y® Common Right that is yeat to be 
laid out or Divided when y® rest of y® Common or undivided land 
shall Com to be Divided. To be to my Son Eleazer Cushman his 
Heirs and assigns for ever to be Delivered to him when he shall 
Com to y® age of twenty one years by my Executors. 
li^m. I Give and bequeath to my Eldest Daughter Zibiah Cush- 
man The sum of Fifty Pounds in moveable things in y® hous at 
y* Inventory Price so far as they will go. Said In Door Move- 
ables to be Divided to my three Daughters and what is wanting 
to be pay** in Mony or Creturs at a Reasonable price to be paid 
by my Executors. 

Itim. I Give and bequeath to my daughter Ruth Cushman y® 
sume of fifty Pounds of my moveable Estate within Doors Equall 
with her Sisters at Inventory price y^ Rest if anything be wanting 
to be paid in mony or Creturs at a Reasonable price to be payd 
to her by my Executors when she shall Come to be at y® age 
Eighteen years. 

Itim. I Give and bequeath to my Daughter lidiah Cushman y® 
Sume of fifty pounds of my moveable Estate within Doars, the In 



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Dear things to be divided to my three Daughters at Inventory 
price and what is wanting to be payd in mony or creturs at a 
Reasonable price to be payd to hur by my Executors When she 
shall atain to y*^ age of Eighteen years. 

And it is allso my Will that if my son Eleazer should Dye 
before he Comes to be of y® age of twenty and one years then 
what I have Given to him shall be equally divided between my 
other two sons William and Thomas. 

And also in Case that if Either of my Daughters should Dye 
before they Come to be at y® age of Eighteen years, Then that 
which I have given to hur Shall be Equally Divided between y^ 
Surviving Daughters. 

And Further I do order that when all my lawful Debts and 
y® above legasis to my three Daughters are paid that if there 
should be any overplush of my moveable Estate, It shall be Equally 
Divided amongst my three Sons ; and in Case there be not moveable 
Estate Sufficient to pay my Debts and s^ legasies That then what 
is wanting shall be paid in Equal proportion Between my s"* 
three Sons. And I do make and ordain my two sons William and 
Thomas my Sole Executors of this my last will and Testament 
and I do hearby utterly Disalow Revoake & Disanull all and 
every other Testaments wills and legasies and bequests and Exe- 
cutors by me before Name Willed and bequeathed, Ratifjang and 
confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament. 
In Witness Whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and Seall y® 
Day and year above written. Signed Sealed Published Pronounced 
and Declared by y® sd Thomas Cushman as his last will and 
Testament. 



In y^ Presents of us 
y® Subscribers 

Abel Wright Junr 
Caleb Pierce 
John Woodward 

In Windham february 
y« 28th Day 1726/7 



Thomas Cushman (Seal) 



Then the Subscribers to the within written Will, Capt. John 
Woodward Esq., Abel Wright, Caleb Pierce, all personally ap- 
peared and made oath that they see y® Subscriber to the within 
writen Will of Thomas Cushman Sign Seal and Pronounce this 
within writen Will to be his last will and Testament and that he 

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was of perfect mind and memory at y*' same time according to y® 
best of thare Judgment. 

Before me — Tim°. Pierce 

Justice of y® Peace 
A Court of Probate held in Windham 
March y« 7th 1726/7 

The last Will and Testament of Mr. Thomas Cushman was 
Exhibited Into s^ Court wch Will by y^ Court approved of and 
ordered to be recorded and kept on file. 

Tes — John Crary 

Clerk of Probate" 

The following receipt appears in Windham Probate Records, 
vol. 3, page 260: 

"Coventry, Conn. Sep. 25, 1733 

Received of Preserved Strong Executor of last will of his 
father Jedediah Strong, late of Coventry dec*^ — y" sum of 9 shil 
& nine pence in full of what was will'd to me by my honored 
Grandfather Jedediah Strong afores"'. I say rec^ by me. 

W". Cushman." 

From the foregoing, the following family record may be 
made up: 

Thomas* Cushman (Thomas^, Mary' Allerton, Isaac), grand- 
son of John Rowland, was born about 1670, died Lebanon, Con- 
necticut, 9 January, 1727, married, before 5 February, 1702-3, 
Sarah, daughter Jedediah Strong, born about 1674, died Lebanon, 
Connecticut, 25 December, 1726, and had children: 

William' Cushman, born before 1706 

Thomas" Cushman, born before 1706, married, about 1728-9. 
Mary 

Eleazer° Cushman, baptized Lebanon, 18 December, 1720 

Zibiah' Cushman, born before 1709, married Lebanon, 9 
March, 1727, to Josiah Cooke 

Ruth° Cushman, born after 1709 

Lydia* Cushman, born after 1709 

Thomas" Cushman {Thomas*, Thomas^, Mary' Allerton, 

Isaac), born before 1706, married about 1728-9, Mary , 

and had children (Town and First Church records, Lebanon, 
Conn.) : 

Oliver" Cushman, born 24 November, 1729, baptized 11 Feb., 
1730 

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Sybil' Cushman, born 7 April 1732, baptized 23 April, 1732 
Rhoda' Cushman, born 4 February, 1733-4, baptized 24 

March, 1734 
Solomon" Cushman, baptized with Rhoda, 24 March, 1734 
Mercy" Cushman, born 23 October, 1734, baptized 6 January, 

1736 
Mary' Cushman, born 16 May, 1737, baptized 19 June, 1737 
Thomas' Cushman, born 19 December, 1739, baptized 9 

March, 1740 
Sarah* Cushman, born 6 November, 1743 

The First Church records give the baptism, also, of Mary Cush- 
man, 1 March, 1730, Sarah Cushman, 8 April, 1733 and Lydia 
Cushman, 18 January, 1736, whose parentage we have not ascer- 
tained. It is hoped that the Connecticut Society may find it 
practicable to undertake research work in towns settled in early 
years by Pilgrim families, to the end that the record of the 
Cushman and other lines may be made more nearly complete. 



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Abbe, Abigail, 113, 123, 124 
Adams, Abigail, 97 

Alice, 113, 123, 124, 127 
Anne, 22 
Ebenezer, 22 
Elizabeth, 22 
Ernestine Shannon, 118 
Eunice, 63, 65 
Hannah, 22 
John Charles, 118 
Joseph, 22 
Sarah, 133, 136 
Theodore P., 218 
William, 113, 123, 124 
Zabdiel, 22 
Adlington, Sally, 173 
Alden, David, 105 

Elizabeth, 25, 39, 42, 49, 50, 52, 

64, 66, 67, 71, 110, 135, 138, 

156, 159 
Hannah, 106, 151, 166 
Ichabod, 105 
John, 18, 22, 25, 30, 37, 39, 42, 49, 

50, 52, 57, 64, 66, 67, 71, 97, 

104, 105, 106, 110, 135, 138, 

151, 156, 159, 166 
Joseph, 106, 151, 166 
Lois, 151 

Lydia, 106, 107, 151 
Lydia L., 151, 152 
Mary, 49, 50, 71, 105, 106, 151, 

166 
Nathaniel, 49, 50, 71 
Priscilla, 18, 22, 25, 30, 37, 39, 

42, 49, 50, 52, 57, 64, 66, 67, 

71, 97, 104, 105, 106, 110, 135, 

138, 151, 156, 159, 166 
Rebecca Partridge, 104, 105 
Ruth, 22, 30, 97 

Samuel, 105 
Sarah, 9, 10, 17, 18, 32, 33, 57, 

104, 105 
Susanna, 106, 107 
Alger, Deliverance, 54 
Allen, Alice, 140, 145 
David, 173 
Emma Frances, 94 
Jonathan, 208 
Josiah, 207 
Mary, 173, 208 
Woodson, 94 



Allerton, Isaac, 31, 77, 98, 100, 122, 
158, 195, 217, 218, 225 

Mary, 31, 77, 98, 100, 122, 158, 
169, 170, 195, 218, 225 

Sarah, 7, 34, 119, 169, 170 
Almy, Harriet S., 179 
Ames, Alden, 10 

Augusta Wood, 9, 10 

Margaret Stevenson, 9. 10 

Maude, 10 

Pelham Warren, 9, 10 

Seth, 9, 10 
Andrews, Susannah, 83 
Andros, Anne, 108, 129 
Anthony, James, 7 

Mary, 7 
Appleton, Catherine Mary, 30 
Armstrong, Elizabeth Annette, 108 
Ashley, Abiah, 16, 45 

Elizabeth, 16, 45 

William, 16, 45 
Atkins, John William, 125, 126 

Lucy, 125, 126 

Samuel Thomas, 125, 126 
Atwood, Eldad, 12, 13 

Margaret, 12, 13 

Mary, 12, 13 

Salome, 77, 98 



Babcock, Persis, 57 
Backus, John, 37, 38, 39 

Nancy Whiting, 37, 38, 39 

Sarah, 37, 38, 39 
Bacon, Ella Etta, 76 

Sarah, 166 
Baker, Sarah, 83 
Ball, Ashley Hamilton, 27 

Gertrude Newkirk, 27 
Ballance, Mary, 113, 123, 124 
Bangs, Dean, 70 

Elkanah, 70 

Eunice, 70 

Franklin, 6, 70 

Hiram Berry, 70 

Hiram Franklin, 70 

Irene, 70 

Rebecca Foster, 70 

Reliance Freeman, 70 
Barker, Josiah, 183 

Phebe, 185 

Rebecca, 47 



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Barnard, Lurania, 193 

Maria, 193 

Mary, 193 

Obed, 193 

Phebe, 193 

Sarah, 193 

Stephen, 191 

Thomas, 193, 195 

William Newton, 193 
Barney, Benjamin, 183, 185 

Benjamin Allen, 119 

Lois, 185 

Lydia Rowland, 119 

Mary Swain, 119, 211 

Matthew, 186 

Sarah, 183, 185, 192 
Barrus, Sarah, 97 

Barstow, Abbie Merrill, 155, 156, 
157 

Elizabeth, 155 

Ellen, 155 

George Simonton, 155 

Joshua, 155 

Lydia, 130 

Susanna, 155 

Timothy, 155 
Bartlett, Abigail, 9, 10 

Amanda, 150 

Benjamin, 52, 53, 56 

Betsey L., 150 

Elizabeth, 150 

Hannah, 93, 150 

Jesse, 150 

Joseph, 93, 150 

Julia Bingham, 150 

Lydia, 150 

Martha, 150 

Mary, 56, 93, 150 

Robert, 56, 93, 150 

Ruth, 52, 53, 56 

Sarah, 51, 52, 53, 56 

Silvanus, 150 
Bass, Abigail, 97 

Elizabeth, 30 

Hannah, 22, 97 

John, 22, 30, 97 

Joseph, 30 

Mary, 30 

Ruth, 22, 30, 97 
Bates, Ann, 125, 126 

Eliphalet, 125, 126 

Eunice, 125, 126 

Joanna, 125 

Joseph, 125, 126 

Lucy, 125, 126 

Mary, 125, 126 

Thomas, 125, 126 
Beach, Gershom, 196 
Beals, John, 193 



Beaugrand, Sophia, 97 
Belcher, Mary, 30 
Berry, Reliance Freeman, 70 
Billings, Catherine, 60, 72 

Daniel, 60, 72 

Frances Eldridge, 60, 72 
Billington, Christian, 86 

Eleanor, 86 

Francis, 86 

John, 86 

Martha, 86, 89 
Bingham, Amanda, 150 

Jeremiah, 44 

Lydia, 44 

Mary, 44 
Black, Elizabeth, 185 
Blanchard, Abbie Merrill, 155, 156, 
157 

Alice Maud, 155, 156, 157 

Dudley, 155, 156, 157 

John, 156, 157 

Judith, 156, 157 

Mercy, 156, 157 

Ozias, 156, 157 
Bliss, Parthenia, 128 
Blossom, Asenath, 139 

Bethiah, 139 

James, 139 

Joseph, 139 

Mercy, 73 

Temperance, 139 
Blush, Anna, 81 

Elizabeth, 81 

Joseph, 81 

Tristram, 81 
Boardman, Lucy, 20, 21, 116, 117 
Bodfish, Elizabeth, 73 
Bonham, Hannah, 115 

Mary, 115 

Nicholas, 115 
BoNNEY, Deborah, 104 
Booth, Charles Maclay, 123 

Hetty Cummings, 77, 98 

Mary Isabel, 46 

Rejoyce Ballance, 123 
BoswoRTH, Daniel P., 214, 215 

Daniel Perkins, 215 

David, 109 

Deborah T., 214, 215 

Elizabeth, 109 

Francke Huntington, 215 

George, 188 

George Wells, 215, 216 

Hannah, 109 

Helen Wise, 217 

Henry Martyn, 167, 214, 215. 216 

Jabin, 109, 110 

John, 109 

Jonathan, 109 



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Lucia A., 215 

Luna, 109, 110 

Marie Agnes, 167 

Mary, 109 

Mary Emeline, 109, 110 

Paul Harte, 167, 214, 217 

Sophia, 188 

Stephen Strong, 109, 110 

Susan Sherman, 109, 110 

Tasker Bourne, 215 

Virginia, 167, 214, 216 

William Raymond, 109, 110 
Bourne, Deborah, 215 
Bowers, George W., 27 

Gertrude Newkirk, 27 

James, 214 
BowKER, Joseph, 197 
BoYLSTON, Anne, 22 
Bradbury, Jane, 59, 67, 76, 82, 156, 

157 
Bradford, Abigail, 9, 10 

Alice, 9, 10, 23, 27, 37, 40, 43, 51, 
63, 65, 85, 113, 123, 124, 127 

Anne, 63, 65 

Annice, 63, 65 

David, 85 

Edith, 63, 65 

Elisha, 219 

Elizabeth, 9, 10, 23, 24, 25, 37, 38, 
40, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 85 

Eunice, 63, 65 

Gamaliel, 9, 10 

Hannah, 9, 10, 23, 24, 25, 27, 37, 

38, 39, 40, 43 
Ichabod, 51, 52, 56 
Israel, 51, 52, 56 
James, 63, 65 
John, 220 

Lydia, 63, 65 

Margaret Stevenson, 9, 10 

Mary, 51, 56, 85 

Nathaniel, 85, 93 

Rebecca, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 

90, 91, 92, 93, 95 
Samuel, 9, 10, 23, 24, 25, 37, 38, 

39, 40, 63, 65, 202, 204 
Sarah, 9, 10, 51, 52, 56, 85 
Thomas, 63, 65 

William, 9, 10, 23, 27, 37, 40, 43, 
51. 63, 65, 85, 113, 123, 124, 
127, 221 
Brastow, Brazier, 213 

Maria, 213 
Brayton, Elizabeth Almy, 62, 186 
Brewster, Abigail, 133, 136 

Anna Dyke, 129 

Anne, 108, 129 

Benjamin, 108, 129 



Brewster — Cont'd 

Deborah, 134, 135, 137, 138, 159, 

165 
Elias, 108 
Elisha, 102, 111 
Elizabeth, 90, 108, 129 
Elizabeth Hubley, 130 
Elizabeth Rich, 130 
Emily, 129 
Emma Cordelia Brewster, 129, 

130 
Grace, 8, 79, 94, 96, 128 
Hannah, 60, 72, 134, 137, 160 
Hopestill, 102, 111, 130 
Huldah, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 

138, 159, 160, 165 
Ichabod, 130 
Jonathan, 8, 44, 60, 72, 79, 94, 96, 

128, 129, 155 
Judah, 129 
Lot Edward, 130 
Love, 44, 53, 102, 108, 111, 129, 

130, 133, 136, 160 
Lucretia, 8, 60, 72, 79, 94, 96, 

128, 129, 155 

Lucy, 102, 111, 129, 130 
Lydia, 102, 108, 111, 129, 130 
Margery, 108 
Mary, 8, 36, 44, 53, 60, 69, 72, 78, 

79, 94, 96, 99, 101, 102, 108, 

111, 128, 129, 130, 133, 136, 

155, 160, 167 
Patience, 36, 69, 78, 99, 101, 167, 

189 
Sanford, 129 

Sanford Taylor, 6, 129, 130 
Sarah, 44, 53, 56, 102, 108, 111, 

129, 130, 133, 136, 160 
Simon, 108, 129 
Sybil, 108 

William, 8, 36, 44, 53, 60, 69, 72, 
78, 79, 94, 96, 99, 101, 102, 108, 
111, 128, 129, 130, 133, 136, 
155, 160, 167, 189 
Wrestling, 44, 133, 134, 136, 137, 
159, 160, 165 
Briggs, Catherine Esten, 8, 79 
Brooks. Elisha, 74 

Ellen, 74 
Brotherton, Lillian Elizabeth, 75 
Brown, Abigail, 119, 210 
Augustus Carmi, 99 
Austen Gould, 189 
Bridget, 127 
Content, 68, 80, 120, 188 
Elizabeth, 193 
Fanny, 139 

Frederick Leonard, 99, 189 
Frederick Walton, 189 



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Joseph, 210 

Marian, 189 

Marian Maud, 99, 189 

Mary, 125, 126, 141, 146 

Permelia Ann, 99, 189 

Peter, 125, 126, 141, 146 

Rebecca, 141, 146 

Tabitha, 210 
Browne, Andrew, 180 

Andrew Allan, 180 

David Henry, 180 

John Calvin, 180 

Samuel Rogers, 180 

Sarah Sophia, 180 

Sara Spencer, 180 
Bryant, Agatha, 47 
BuELL, Mary, 64, 66 
BuLSON, Charles Herman, 120 

Ida Harriet, 120 
Bunker, Abel, 112, 200, 201 

Abiel, 200 

Abigail, 191 

Deborah, 199 

Desire, 199, 200 

Eliza, 173 

Elizabeth, 112, 211 

Eunice, 185 

Francis, 200 

Gilbert, 200 

Henry Chase, 112 

Henry Sell, 112, 201 

Hulda Ann, 112 

Jabez, 199 

James, 200 

Jonathan, 200 

Lydia, 112, 172, 173, 185, 191, 
199, 200 

Margaret Locke, 112 

Mary, 174 

Naomi, 200 

Nathan, 200 

Paul, 173 

Priscilla, 171 

Puella, 200 

Shubael, 112, 199, 200, 201 

Sophronia Cathcart, 112, 201 

Thaddeus, 172, 173 

Zechariah, 199, 200 
Burgess, Elizabeth, 189 

Mary Bell, 189 

Mary Frances, 80 

Nathaniel, 189 
Burke, Mary Minerva, 158, 159, 160, 

161, 162, 163, 164, 165 
Burnham, Henry, 212 

John, 212 

Patience, 212 

Prescott, 312 



Burr, Caroline Louise, 136, 137, 138 

Eli Burchard, 136, 137, 138 
Burroughs, Elizabeth, 126 
Burton, Martha, 11, 14, 15 
Bush, , 189 

Sophie Elizabeth, 120 
Butler, Harriet M., 214 
Butts, Annice, 63, 65 

Daniel, 63, 65 

Esther Caroline, 63, 64, 65, 66 
Byram, Nicholas, 202 

Cahoone, Elizabeth, 175, 176 

James, 175, 176 
Calder, Samuel, 200 
Campbell, Colin James, 59 

Frances Soule, 59 

Joanna Dennison, 59 

Susan Ann, 131 
Carpenter, Alice, 9, 10, 23, 27, 37, 
40, 43, 51, 63, 65, 85, 127 

Dille, 170 

Jonathan, 197 

Priscilla, 170 
Cartwright, Abigail, 119, 210, 211 

Alice, 210 

Benjamin, 211 

Bethiah, 119, 210, 211 

Deborah, 119, 211 

Elizabeth, 211 

Hezediah, 119, 210 

James, 210 

John, 211 

Jonathan, 119, 211 

Joseph, 211 

Love, 210 

Mary, 119, 210, 211 

Polly, 211 

Priscilla, 210 

Rachel, 210 

Ruth, 210 

Sampson, 119, 210 

Seth, 211 

Thomas, 211 

William, 211 
Carver, Ann Leach, 51, 52, 53, 54, 

55, 56 
Cary, Bathsheba, 83 
Castle, Christopher Champlin, 120, 
189 

Elizabeth, 189 

Emma Agnes, 189 

Erastus, 189 

George, 188 

Harriet, 188 

Hastings, 120, 188 

Ida Harriet, 120 

James Udell, 189 



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Castle — Cont'd 

Mary, 188, 189 

Mary Bell, 189 

Mary Noyes, 120 

Oliver D., 189 

Sophie Elizabeth, 120 

William, 188, 189 
Cathcart, Sadie, 194 
Chaloner, Ann, 174, 175, 176, 177 

Eliza, 11, 14, 15, 174 

Elizabeth, 175 

John, 11, 14, 15, 174, 176, 177 

Martha, 11, 14, 15 

Mary, 11, 14, 15, 175, 177 

Ninyon, 174, 178 

Sarah, 175, 176 

Walter, 174, 176, 177 

William, 11, 14, 15, 174, 175, 176, 
177 
Champlin, Christopher, 68, 80, 120 

Content, 68, 80, 120, 188 

Content Leeds, 68, 80, 187 

Elizabeth, 68, 80, 120, 187 

Joseph, 68, 80, 120, 187 

Mary, 68, 80, 120, 188 

Mary Noyes, 120 

William, 68, 80, 120, 187, 188 
Chandler, Sarah, 213 
Chaplin, Mehitable, 31, 32 
Chase, Elizabeth, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 
56 

John, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 

Mary, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 

Mary Elizabeth, 47, 48 
Chilton, James, 21, 54, 87, 116, 140, 
142, 145, 147, 201, 205, 206, 208 

Mary, 21, 54, 87, 116, 140, 142, 
145, 147, 201, 205, 206, 208 
Chipman, Hope, 92 

John, 92 

Ruth, 92 
Christian, Nellie, 50 
Christophers, Sarah, 94, 96 
Church, Alice, 11, 14, 15 

Benjamin, 11, 14, 15 

Caleb, 152 

Edward, 11, 14, 15 

Elizabeth, 11, 14, 15, 152 

Frank Alden, 151, 152 

Gamaliel, 151, 152 

Grace, 152 

Innocent, 152 

Isaac Sherman, 151, 152 

Joseph, 152 

Lydia L., 151, 152 

Martha, 11, 14, 15 

Mary, 152 

Mercy, 152 

Nathaniel, 152 



Church — Cont'd 

Richard, 11, 14, 15, 152 

Sarah Lavinia, 151, 152 
Churchman, Ann, 16, 24, 38, 39, 41, 

45 
Ci,ARK, Abraham, 20, 21, 116, 117 

Dennis Woodruff, 17, 18, 19, 20, 
21 

Emma Washburn, 17, 18, 19, 20, 
21 

Faith, 48, 84, 95, 162 

Jonathan, 175 

Lucy, 130 

Lucy Ellen, 116, 117 

Mary, 171 

Mary Caroline, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Milicent, 20, 21, 116 
Clarke, Mary Emeline, 109, 110 

James Thomas, 109, 110 

Thomas, 221 
Clasby, John, 186 

Lydia Green, 62, 185 

Sarah, 185 

William, 185, 191, 199, 200 
Cleveland, Ann, 125, 126 
Clift, Lydia, 48 
Clough, Marie Louise, 58, 132 

Mary Anne, 58, 132 

Simeon DeWitt, 58, 132 
Cobb, Abigail, 101 

Elisha, 101 

Hannah, 118 

Mercy, 84, 88, 91, 95 

Sophia, 101 

Thankful Sophia, 101 

Thomas, 101 
Coddington, William, 178 
Coffin, Aaron, 193 

Abigail, 172 

Albert, 173 

Avis, 173 

Benjamin, 193 

Christopher, 172 

Ebenezer, 173, 210 

Edvi^ard, 172, 173 

Eliza, 173 

Elizabeth, 172, 173, 193 

Emily, 193 

George, 173 

Judith, 173, 185 

Latham, 172 

Lucy, 211 

Mary, 210 

Phebe, 173 

Prince, 199 

Priscilla, 171 

Reuben, 173 

Robert, 173 

Samuel, 191 



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Coffin — Cont'd 

Sarah, 185 

Valentine, 173 

William B., 211 
CoGGESHALL, Peleg, 185 
CoLCORD, Sarah A., 213 
Coleman, Abial, 172 

Abigail, 172 

Andrew, 172 

Barnabas, 183, 191 

Christopher, 171 

Elihu, 171, 183, 191, 200 

Elizabeth, 172 

Enoch, 7, 34, 170, 171, 172 

Eunice, 172 

Huldah, 172 

Jeremiah, 7, 34, 170, 171 

Jethro, 171, 183, 200 

Joanna, 171 

Job, 172 

Lydia, 7, 34, 171, 172 

Mary, 7, 34, 191 

Nathaniel, 171, 183, 199, 200 

Peleg, 171 

Priscilla, 199 

Sarah, 7, 34, 170, 171, 172 

Seth, 183 

Sylvanus, 172 
CoLLAMORE, Anthony, 47, 48 

Elizabeth Holmes, 47, 48 

Horace, 47, 48 

Lydia, 47, 48 

Mary Elizabeth, 47, 48 
Collier, Sarah, 44, 53, 102, 108, 111, 

129, 130, 133, 136 
Collins, Abigail, 113, 123, 124 

Ahira, 113, 123, 124 

Alice, 113, 123, 124 

Ann, 113, 123, 124 

Constance Dorothy van Etten, 
123 

Eliphalet, 113, 123, 124 

Holdridge Ozra, 113, 123, 124 

Jemima, 113, 123, 124 

Mary, 113, 123, 124 

Nathaniel, 113, 123, 124 

Ozro, 113, 123, 124 

Rejoyce Ballance, 123 
CoLMAN, Martha, 35 

Nellie May, 63, 64, 65, 66 
CoNANT, George, 78 

Hannah, 78 

John, 78 

Lydia, 78 

Mary Almira, 78 

Orpha, 78 
Cook, Anne, 13 

Caleb, 143, 148 

Caroline, 212 



Cook — Cont'd 

Damaris, 88, 91, 107, 114, 143, 
144, 148, 149, 161, 163 

Deborah, 153, 154 

Elizabeth, 84, 88, 91, 95, 114, 153, 
154 

Francis, 20, 88, 107, 114, 117, 
143, 148, 161 

Hester, 20, 88, 107, 114, 117, 143, 
148, 161 

Jacob, 88, 91, 107, 114, 143, 144, 
148, 149, 161, 163 

Jane, 20, 117, 142, 143, 144, 147, 
148, 149 

Josiah, 153, 154, 225 

Lydia, 107, 161, 163 

Margaret, 107 

Martha, 31 

Robert, 212 

Zibiah, 225 
Coombs, Elizabeth, 100, 122 

Corcoran, , 188 

CouRTER, Hester A., 61 
Coryell, Marie Agnes, 167 
Cotton, Josiah, 221 
Cox, Alexander Middleton, 112, 197 

Margaret Locke, 112, 197 
Coy, Lucy, 178 
Crane, John, 181 

Mary, 28 
Crary, John, 225 

Crawford, Clara Elizabeth, 51, 52, 
53, 54, 55, 56 

Georgia A., 166 

John Leeds, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 
Crittenden, Hiram, 23, 24, 25, 26 

Lydia, 23, 24, 25, 26 

Mary Kellogg, 23, 24, 25, 26 
Crocker, Eleazer, 92 

Rebecca, 92 

Ruth, 92 
Crosby, Bethiah, 58, 132 

David, 58, 132 

Rebecca, 70 

Deborah, 58, 132 

Rebecca, 70 

Rebecca Foster, 70 

Reliance, 58, 132 
Crowell, Azubah, 153, 154 
Cunningham, Abigail Fellowes, 22 

Hannah, 22 

Nathaniel Fellowes, 22 
Cushman, Abigail, 218, 220 

Adelia Adeline Burson, 98 

Anna, 100, 122 

Azariah, 77, 98 

Bartholomew, 218 

Benjamin, 218 

Charles, 100, 122, 195 



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CusHMAN — Cont'd 

Charles Chaplin, 31, 32 
Charles Seth, 31, 32 
Deborah, 77, 98 
Eleazer, 100, 122, 195, 218, 223, 

224, 225 
Eliza, 77, 98 
Elizabeth, 100, 122 
Elkanah, 31, 218 
Ethel, 195 

Ethiel, 100, 122, 195, 196, 197 
Hannah Whittier, 31, 32 
Helen Mills, 31, 32 
Hetty Cummings, 77, 98 
Isaac, 31, 32, 100, 122, 195, 197, 

218 
Isaiah, 31, 32 

James, 158, 161, 162, 163, 164 
James Thomas, 217 
Joanna, 100, 122 
Job, 218 

John, 100, 122, 195 
Joseph Fenton, 100, 122 
Joshua, 77, 98 
Josiah, 31 
Levinah, 196 

Lois, 100, 122, 195, 196, 197 
Lydia, 223, 225, 226 
Lysander Valentine, 77, 98 
Lysander William, 77 
Martha, 31 
Martha E., 100, 122 
Mary, 31, 77, 98, 100, 122, 158, 

195, 196, 218, 225, 226 
Mary Blanche, 158, 159, 160, 161, 

162, 163, 164, 165 

Mary Minerva, 158, 159, 160, 
161, 162, 163, 164, 165 

Mathew Smith, 158, 159, 160, 
161, 162, 163, 164, 165 

Mehitable, 31, 32, 158, 161, 163 

Mercy, 158, 161, 162, 163, 164, 
226 

Mial, 77, 98 

Nathaniel, 158, 159. 160, 161, 162, 

163, 164, 165 
Olive, 31, 32 
Oliver, 225 
Persis, 77, 98, 158 
Polly, 195 
Rebecca, 100, 122 
Rebecca Soule, 158, 159, 160 

161, 162, 163, 164, 165 
Rhoda, 226 

Robert, 77, 98, 158, 218 
Ruth, 77, 98, 158, 164, 217, 218, 

223, 225 
Salome, 77, 98 
Samuel, 218 



CusHMAK — Cont'd 

Sarah, 31, 32, 221, 222, 226 

Seth, 31, 32 

Seth Wilson, 6, 31, 32 

Sybil, 226 

Solomon, 226 

Susanna, 31 

Sybil, 225 

Thomas, 31, 77, 98, 100, 122, 158. 

164, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 

222, 223, 224, 225 
William, 222, 223, 224, 225 
Zibiah, 223, 225 

Daggett, Huldah, 171 

Nathan, 171 
Daniels, Daniel, 12, 13 

Mary, 12, 13 

Rhoda, 12, 13 
Davenport, Christina Cameron, 131 

Davis, , 188 

Day, Anna Aurora, 114 

Emeline, 61 
Dean, Lydia, 63, 65 
Delano, Martha, 110 
Denison, Boradel, 94, 96 

Elizabeth, 68, 80, 120, 187 

George, 8, 68, 79, 80, 94, 96, 120, 
128 

Hannah, 128 

Mary, 8, 79, 94, 96, 128 

Mercy, 68, 80, 187 

Sarah, 8, 79 
Dennison, Alice, 67 

Dorcas, 67 

George, 67 

Isabella Baxter, 67 

Jane, 59 

Nancy Jane, 67 

Timothy, 67 

Walter Emerson, 67 

Walter Horace, 67 
Deshler, David W., 208, 210 
Dicks, Peter, 193 
Diggens, Jannetge, 169 
Dillaway, Mary, 11, 14, 15 
DiMOCK, Silence, 29, 131 
DoHRMAN, Anna Dyke, 129 
Doolittle, Justus, 179 

Lucy Emeline, 179 
Doten, Doty, Alfred, 84, 85, 86, 87, 
88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95 

Edward, 48, 84, 95, 114, 162 

Elizabeth, 84, 88, 91, 95, 114 

Eunice, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 
92 95 

Faith, 48, 84, 95, 162 

Goodwin Stoddard, 95 



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DoTEN — Cont'd 
Isaac, n4 

John, 84, 88, 91, 95, 114 
Laura Katherine, 84, 85, 86, 87, 

88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93 
Martha, 114, 162 
Mary, 48, 84, 95, 114 
Mary Elizabeth Calista, 84, 85, 

86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95 
Mercy, 84, 88, 91, 95 
Rebecca, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 

90, 91, 92, 93, 95 

Samuel, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 

91, 92, 93, 95 

Samuel Bradford, 84, 85, 86, 87, 
88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93 

Sarah, 162 
Douglass, Lucy, 8, 79 

Sarah, 8, 79 

William, 8, 79 
DowNEN, Essie Maud, 71 

William Martin, 71 
Drake, Mercy, 115 
Drew, Betsey L., 150 

Welther, 213 
Drinkwater, Elizabeth, 51, 52, 53, 
54, 56 

Janet, 54, 55 

Joseph, 54, 55 

Mary, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 

Micajah, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 

Thomas, 55 
DucKWiTZ, Emilie Meta, 60, 72 
Dunbar, James, 201 

Jane, 201 

Mary, 201 

Peter, 202 

Robert, 201 
Dunham, Anne, 115 

Benajah, 115 

Dorothy, 115 

Edmund, 115 

John, 115 

Mary, 115 

Mercy, 115 
DuNTON, Lois, 69 
Durkee, Julia, 188 

Eaton, Christian, 86 

Francis, 89 

Jemima, 110 

Martha, 86, 89 

Mercy, 86, 89, 90 

Samuel, 86, 89 

Sarah, 89 
Edson, Myra, 212 

Edwards, Constance Dorothy van 
Etten, 123 

Noel Condiff, 123 



Elderkin, Elizabeth, 128 
Eldredge, Eldridge Abigail, 69 

Bethiah, 69 

Betsey, 69 

Catherine, 60, 72 

Charles, 60, 72 

Jesse, 69 

Lois, 69 

Mary, 60, 72 

Zoeth, 69 
Elkins, Margaret, 12 

Mary, 74, 75 
Ellis, Mary, 162 

Rebecca, 93 

Samuel, 202 
Emery, Ida, 188 
Etheridge, Catherine, 188 

Content Leeds, 68, 80, 187, 188 

Eliza, 188 

Nathaniel, 68, 80, 187, 188 

Sophia, 68, 80, 187, 188 

William, 188 
Everill, Elizabeth, 49, 50, 71 

Fairchild, Adelia Adeline Burson, 

98 
Farnsworth, Anna Turner, 102, 111 
Faunce, John, 161, 163 

Lydia, 161, 163 

Martha, 114 

Mehitable, 158, 161, 162, 163, 164 

Sarah, 162 
Fay, Jonas, 197 
Fennimore, Estelle Sophia, 97 

Watson Dana, 97 
Fenton, Anna, 100, 122 
Fernald, Beatrice, 131 

Charles, 131 
Finney, Elizabeth, 85 
Fitch, Alice, 127 

Bridget, 127 

Ebenezer, 127 

Elijah, 127 

James, 127 

Mary, 127 
Foard, Sarah Lavinia, 151, 152 
Folger, Abigail, 171 

Adeline, 193 

Alfred, 172, 173 

Avis, 173 

Charles, 7, 34, 172, 173 

Clinton, 6, 34, 170 

Dinah, 192 

Dorcas, 7, 34, 119 

Edward, 172, 174 

Eliza, 173 

Emily, 193 

Emma, 103, 194 

Eunice, 171 



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FoLGER — Cont'd 

Frederick, 172, 173 

Hepzibah, 183 

Henry C, 193 

Herbert, 5, 6, 7, 170 

Hiram, 172, 173 

Homer, 103, 190, 194, 195 

Jethro, 171, 183, 200 

Jethro Starbuck, 103, 193, 194, 
195 

John, 172, 173 

John Clifford Fremont, 194, 195 

Judith, 173 

Latham, 103, 192, 193 

Lucretia, 172, 174 

Lucy, 7, 34, 173 

Lurania, 193 

Lydia, 7, 34, 172, 173 

Margaret, 171 

Maria, 193 

Mark, 172, 174 

Mary, 7, 173, 174 

Mary Frances, 34 

Matilda, 103, 193 

Nancy, 174 

Nathan, 199 

Peggy, 173 

Peleg, 172, 173, 185 

Phebe, 173, 193 

Polly A., 193 

Rachel Cottle, 7, 34 

Rebecca McNeilly, 103, 194 

Reuben, 192 

Rufus, 193 

Ruth, 74, 75 

Sadie, 194 

Sally, 173 

Seth, 7, 34 

Thomas Sydney, 193, 195 

William, 7, 34, 172, 173 
Ford, Deborah, 77, 98 
FosDiCK, Elizabeth, 172 
Foster, Bathshua, 155 

Elizabeth, 155 

Ezekiel, 12, 13 

Hatherly, 155 

Ruthy Jones, 12, 13 

Sophia Gleason, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 
Fowler, Douglas, 188 

Etta, 188 

Mary Atkins, 78 
Freeman, Abigail, 69, 101 

Achsah Bridgman, 33, 57 

Anna, 78 

Barnabas, 101 

Bennett, 101 

Bethiah, 101, 167, 181 

Catherine, 36 

Daniel Sanford, 33, 57 



Freeman — Cont'd 

Deborah, 167 

Edmund, 36, 167 

Isaac, 167 

James, 167 

John, 36, 69, 78, 99, 101, 167, 181, 
189 

Joseph, 78 

Joshua, 36 

Lydia, 78 

Maria, 33, 57 

Martha, 36 

Mary, 59, 101 

Mercy, 36, 69, 78, 99, 101, 167, 
189 

Nathaniel, 33, 57, 69, 181 

Patience, 36 

Phebe, 36 

Rebecca, 36, 78 

Reuben, 36 

Sally, 33, 57 

Samuel, 101 

Sarah, 99, 167 

Thankful, 99, 189 

Thatcher, 78 

Thomas, 36, 78 
Fuller, Abiel, 220 

Abigail, 218, 220 

Anna, 81, 139, 170 

Benjamin, 139 

Bridget, 90 

Ebenezer, 86, 87, 89, 90 

Edward, 81, 115, 139 

Elizabeth, 90 

Eunice, 86, 87, 89, 90 

Francis, 118 

Hannah, 115, 118 

Jabez, 121 

Jane, 81, 115, 139 

Joanna, 86, 87, 89, 90 

John, 118 

Mary, 121 

Matthew, 81 

Mercy, 86, 89, 90, 121 

Patience, 81 

Samuel, 81, 86, 89, 90, 115, 139, 
169 

Temperance, 118, 139 

Thankful, 118 
FuNSTON, Emma, 103, 194 



Gage, Hannah, 17, 18, 19 
Lucy, 17, 18, 19 
Reuben, 17, 18, 19 

Gardner, Abigail, 211 
Andrew, 199 
Barnabas, 191, 200, 211 
Elizabeth, 62, 112, 185 



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Gardner — Cont'd 

Dorcas, 185 

George, 185 

Hephzibah, 185 

Jethro, 191 

John M., 195 

Jonathan, 191, 200 

Judith, 171 

Libni, 185 

Lydia, 62, 184 

Mary, 199 

Miriam, 191 

Owen, 185 

Paul, 184, 185, 191 

Rachel, 184 

Ruth, 185, 200, 210 

Samuel, 199 

Seth, 200 

Simeon, 200 

Thaddeus, 183 

Zenas, 185 
Gardiner, Curtiss Crane, 28 

Daniel Denison, 28 

Eunice, 28 

Lyman, 28 

Mary, 28 
Garlick, Charles E., 180 
Gates, Deborah, 61 
Gayley, Charles Mills, 6, 29, 178, 
179, 180 

Sally Pickett, 29 

Samuel Rankin, 29 

Sarah Sophia, 29, 178, 179, 180 
Geer, Catherine, 60, 72 
GiBBS, Mary, 188 

GaLETT, Anna, 23, 24, 25, 37, 38, 39 
GiLMAN, Sarah Ann, 139 
GiPSYN, Rasemyn, 169 
GoRHAM, Desire, 26, 28, 62, 68, 74, 
75, 80, 103, 112, 118, 120, 121, 
182, 184, 185, 187, 190, 193, 
197 199 

Elizabeth, 62, 112, 121, 198 

John, 26, 28, 62, 68, 74, 75, 80, 
103, 112, 118, 120, 121, 182, 
184, 185, 197, 199 

John Edwin, 133, 134, 135 

Josiah, 200 

Lydia, 26, 28, 74, 75, 103, 190, 
193 

Mary, 62, 112, 118 

Mercy, 68, 80, 120, 187 

Puella, 74, 75, 103 

Sarah, 62, 182, 184, 185 

Sarah Catherine, 133, 134, 135 

Shubael, 74, 75, 103, 190, 193 

Stephen, 62, 112, 182, 184, 185, 
197, 198, 199 

Susanna, 112, 197, 198, 199 



GoRHAM — Cont'd 

Temperance, 118 

Thankful, 118 

Theodate, 199 
Corner, Etta Eldora, 43, 44 
Gould, Daniel, 177 

Lydia, 99, 189 

Oliver, 99 

Permelia Ann, 99, 189 
Grant, Aurelia Maria, 35, 36 

Eliza, 188 

Emory, 188 

Ethel, 188 

Frances Etheridge, 188 

Julia, 188 

Levi, 188 

Pauline Tolpy, 36 

Thomas Baldwin, 36 
Gray, Anna, 78 

Anna Turner, 102, 111 

Edward, 87 

Harold Farnsworth, 111 

Henry Nathaniel, 57, 181 

Joanna, 86, 87, 89, 90 

John, 87 

John Henry, 33, 57 

Lucy, 102, 111 

Maria, 6, 33, 57 

Mary, 87 

Persis, 57 

Samuel Cotton, 102, 111 

Theodore, 102, 111 
Green, Mary Frances, 34 
Greene, Rebecca, 100, 122 
Griffin, Clara Elizabeth, 51, 52, 53, 

54, 55, 56 

Willard Mudgett, 51, 52, 53, 54, 

55, 56 
Grinnell, Daniel, 64, 66 

Lydia, 64, 66 

Priscilla, 64, 66 
Griswold, Lydia, 150 
Gwinn, Alice, 210 

David, 210 

Huldah, 172 



Haerlson, , 189 

Haines, Hannah, 118 

Jerusha, 118 

Peter, 118 
Hall, Lucy, 129 
Hallett, Elizabeth, 121 

Joseph, 121 

Mary, 121 
Ham MAN, Laura, 188 

William, 188 
Hand, Mary Pierson, 76 
Harden, Deborah, 54 



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Haring, Margaret, 121 
Harkness, Annie Sarah, 153 
Harris, Abner, 208 

Arthur, 141, 142, 143, 144, 146, 
147, 148, 149, 201, 205, 206 

Benjamin, 201, 202, 203, 205 

Bethiah, 205, 206 

Caleb, 205 

Desire, 201, 203 

Gertrude Evelyn, 212 

Isaac, 142, 143, 144, 147, 148, 149, 
201, 202, 203, 204, 205 

Jane, 142, 143, 144, 147, 148, 149, 
201, 203 

John Alden, 212 

Joseph, 185 

Lewis B., 212 

Lucy, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 
146, 147, 148, 149, 205 

Marcia Eudora, 212 

Martha, 201, 203 

Mary, 8, 79, 94, 96, 128, 201, 203 

Mary Adele, 212 

Mary Lydia Egerton, 212 

Mehitable, 141, 142, 143, 144, 
146, 147, 148, 149, 205, 206 

Mercy. 142, 147, 201, 203, 205 

Sally Pickett, 29 

Samuel, 201, 203 

Silas, 205 

Susanna, 201, 203 

William, 205 
Harvey, Mary, 100, 122 
Haskell, Dudley Haines, 118 

Elizabeth, 55 

Ernestine Shannon, 118 

Jerusha, 118 

Job, 118 

John, 55 

Patience, 55 

Rachel Hepburn, 118 
Hatch, Isaac, 48 

Lydia, 48 

Mary, 48 

Sarah, 47, 48 

Samuel, 48 
Hatfield, Katherine, 212 
Hathaway, Abiah, 16, 45 

Betsey, 16, 45 

Charles Wesley, 16, 45 

Edmund, 16, 45 

Laurilla, 16, 45 

Laurilla Moore, 16 

Minerva Moore, 45 

Philip, 16, 45 
Hawes, Olive, 46 
Hayden, John, 12, 13 

Rhoda, 12, 13 

Ruthy Jones, 12, 13 



Hayward, Bethiah, 205 

Ephraim, 202 

John, 202 
Head, Innocent, 152 
Heath, Judith, 171 
Hedges, Annie Livingston, 37, 38, 39 
Henderson, Ila L., 187 
Henshaw, Daniel, 30 

David, 30 

Elizabeth, 30 

John C, 215 

Mary, 30 

Sarah, 30 
Hewes, Nancy, 76, 82 
HiCKLiNG, Elizabeth, 9, 10 
Hill, Alice, 67 

David, 205 
HiMES, Amos, 197 
Hinckley. Bethiah, 69 

Deborah, 167 

Deborah Freeman, 167, 214 

Joseph, 167 
HiNSDiLL, Chester Bingham, 69 

Julie Eldredge, 69 
Hobart, Bathshua, 155 
HoDGES, Jonathan, 181 
Holmes, Eleazer, 93 

Hannah, 93 

Ichabod, 93 

Mary, 51, 85 

Rebecca, 85, 93 
Honeyman, James, 178 
Hooker, Henry B., 201 
Hooper, Augusta Wood, 9, 10 
Hopkins, Catherine, 46, 58, 70, 132, 
153, 154 

Charles Harris, 46 

Constance, 12, 13 

Damaris, 88, 91, 107, 114, 143, 
144, 148, 149, 163 

Deborah, 19, 153, 154 

Ebenezer, 70 

Elizabeth, 19, 91 

Giles, 46, 58, 70, 132, 153, 154 

Joseph, 46 

Lydia, 58, 132 

Mary, 46, 58, 70, 132 

Mary Isabel, 46 

Mary Kellogg, 6, 23, 24, 25, 26 

Olive, 46 

Patience, 46 

Phebe, 46 

Prince, 46 

Rebecca, 70 

Reliance, 58, 132 

Samuel, 58, 132 

Sarah, 70 



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Hopkins — Cont'd 

Stephen, 12, 13, 19, 46, 58, 70, 
91, 114, 132, 144, 149, 153, 154, 
163 
Timothy, 23, 24, 25, 26 
Hough, Hannah, 128 

John, 128 
Howes, Abigail, 199 
James, 99 
Lydia, 99, 189 
Priscilla, 99, 189 
Sarah, 70 
HowLAND, Ansel, 73 
Bathsheba, 83 
Benjamin, 83 
Bethiah, 83 
Carver, 83 

Desire, 26, 28, 62, 68, 73, 74, 75, 
80, 103, 112, 118, 120, 121, 182, 
184, 185, 187, 190, 193, 197, 
199 
Dorcas, 73 

Elizabeth, 26, 28, 62, 68, 73, 74, 
75, 80, 83, 92, 103, 109, 112, 
118, 120, 121, 164 
Elizabeth Senter, 83 
Ellen, 73 
Emily, 83 

Howland, Hannah, 73, 109 
Hope, 92 
Jabez, 73, 83 

John, 26, 28, 62, 68, 73, 74, 75, 
80, 83, 92, 103, 109, 112, 118, 
120, 121, 164, 182, 184, 185, 
187, 190, 193, 197, 199, 217, 
218, 225 
John Andrews, 83 
Joseph, 83, 221 
Mary, 73 
Mercy, 73 

Ruth, 77, 98, 158, 164, 217, 218 
Sarah, 83 
Shubael, 73 
Susannah, 83 
Hubbard, Cyrus Hayden, 158, 159, 
160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165 
Margaret, 121 
Mary Blanche, 158, 159, 160, 161, 

162, 163, 164, 165 
Rebecca, 102, 111 
HuBBS, Alexander, 17, 18, 19 
Mary, 17, 18, 19 
Lucy, 17, 18, 19 
Mary Caroline, 17, 18, 19 
William, 17, 18, 19 
HuBLEY, Elizabeth Rich, 130 
Hull, Anne, 115 
Artimissa, 115 
Benjamin, 115 



Hull — Cont'd 

Elizabeth, 115 

George Washington, 115 

Isaac, 115 

John, 115 

Olive Adelaide, 115 

Susan, 115 
Hunt, Adelaide, 150 

John Standish, 150 
HuNTooN, Elizabeth, 189 

George, 189 
HussEY, Batchelor, 199 

Betsey, 211 

Christopher, 183 

Daniel, 62, 182, 183 

Elizabeth, 183 

George, 183, 185 

Hephzibah, 183 

Jethro, 183 

Joseph, 183 

Lucretia, 211 

Phebe, 186 

Puella, 74, 75, 103 

Rachel, 62, 182 

Sarah, 62, 182, 184, 185 

Silvanus, 171, 183, 191, 199 

Stephen, 183 

William, 183, 185 
HUTCHiNS, Emily, 129 
Hyatt, Deborah, 58, 132 

Hezekiah, 58, 132 

Marie Louise, 58, 132 



Ingold, Rebecca McNeilly, 103, 194 



Jamieson, Caroline Hannah, 114 
Janeway, Carrie Lucile, 115 
Jenkins, Dorcas, 73 

Mary, 199 

Matthew, 199 

Thomas, 199 
Jenney, Levi, 106, 107 

Caroline Coleman, 106, 107 

Susanna, 106, 107 
Jepson, Rosamond, 170 
Johnson, Anna Frances, 40, 41, 42 

Daniel, 208 

Hannah, 20, 21, 116 

Mary, 51, 52, 56 

Orpha, 78 
Jones, Anthony, 49, 50, 71 

Elizabeth, 49, 50, 71 

Elizabeth Hubley, 130 

Emma Cordelia Brewster, 129, 
130 

John Goodin, 130 



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Jordan, Clement, 59 

Emily D., 214, 215 

Esther, 59 

Joanna Dennison, 59 
Joy, Rachel Cottle, 7, 34 
JuNiPHER, Adelaide, 150 

Alexander, 150 

Julia Bingham, 150 

Keeney, Mary Alvord, 14 
Keep, Lucy, 29, 131 
Kellogg, Abner, 26 

Ezra, 23, 24, 25, 26 

Lydia, 26 

Lydia Ann, 23, 24, 25, 26 

Mary, 23, 24, 25, 26 
Kemp, Frances, 188, 189 

Grace, 188 

Henry Etheridge, 188 

Ida, 188 

Julia, 188 

Laura, 188 

William, 188 
Kendall, Anne, 76, 82 
Kenrick, Sophia, 101 
KiLBouRNE, Susannah, 153, 154 
Kimball, Achsah Bridgman, 33, 57 

Charles Bradbury, 58, 132 

Mary Anne, 58, 132 

Sarah Louise, 58 
Kingman, Desire, 204 

John, 202, 203, 204 

Susanna, 140, 145, 206, 207 
Knight, Elizabeth Holmes, 47, 48 

Elizabeth Loenza, 47, 48 

Francis H., 47, 48 
Knowles, Bethiah, 101 

Chester, 27 

Gertrude Newkirk, 27 
Kridler, Julia, 97 

Lamb, Frances, 193 
Landers, Sarah, 81 
Langley, Emily, 83 
Lanman, Mary, 114 
Lasell, Chester, 27, 43, 44 

Josiah, 44 

Lydia, 44 

Matilda, 27, 43, 44 

Nancy, 27, 43, 44 
Latham, Alice, 140, 145 

Allen, 208, 209, 210 

Arthur, 140, 142, 145, 147, 207, 

208, 210 

Bela, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 
146, 147, 148, 149, 206, 208, 

209, 210 
Charles, 207 



Latham — Cont'd 

Chilton, 140, 145, 206, 207, 208 

Deborah, 54 

Deliverance, 54 

Edith, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 

201, 206 
Edward H., 209, 210 
Ellen Holdridge, 94, 96 
Frank B., 209, 210 
Hannah, 20, 21, 116, 117 
Henrietta, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 

145, 146, 147, 148, 149 
Henry Bradford, 94, 96 
James, 54, 202, 207, 208, 209 
James Hoge, 140, 141, 142, 143, 

144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 

209, 210 
Janet, 54, 55 
Jane, 207, 208 
Jerusha, 94, 96 
Joseph, 207 
Juliana H. S., 140, 141, 142, 143, 

144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149 
Lucy, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 

145, 146, 147, 148, 149 
Mary, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 

145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 208 
Mary C, 209 
Mercy, 142, 147, 201, 205 
Milton Slocum, 140, 141, 142, 

143, 144, 201, 206 
Milton S., 209 

Nehemiah, 140, 141, 142, 143, 

144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 
207, 208 

Robert, 21, 54, 116, 140, 142, 145, 

147, 207 
Rosanna, 209 
Susanna, 21, 54, 116, 140, 142, 

145, 147, 201, 205, 206, 207, 
208 

Thomas, 54, 208 
William A., 209 

Lathrop, Amy, 40, 41, 42 
Elijah, 128 
Elisha, 128 
Elizabeth, 127, 128 
Hannah, 128 
James, 128 
Parthenia, 128 

Latimer, Boradel, 94, 96 
Harriet Boradel, 96 
Henry, 94, 96 
James William, 96 
Jerusha, 94, 96 
Jonathan, 94, 96 
Sarah, 94, 96 

Lavvton, Joseph, 193 



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Lazell, Lydia, 106, 107, 151 

Simon, 107 

Margaret, 107 
Leavitt, Bathshua, 155 
Lee, Bridget, 90 

Mary, 73 
Leonard, Adeline, 193 

E., 188 

Grace, 188 

John, 193 

Swain, 193 
Lewis, Alice Louise, 100, 122 

Festus Cone, 100, 122 

Festus Cushman, 100, 122, 195 

Harold Cushman, 122 

Martha E., 100, 122 
LiLLiE, Mary, 44 
Lisle, William, 169 
Little, Ann, 134, 137, 165 

Barzillai, 81 

Elizabeth, 81 

Ephraim, 220, 221 

Hannah, 134, 137, 165 

James Russell, 81 

Margaret Alice, 81 

Russell, 81 

Sarah, 48, 81 

Thomas, 134, 137, 165 

Warren, 81 
Lombard, Sarah, 35 
LooMis, Mary, 127 
LoRiNG, Thomas, 218, 219, 220, 221 
LoTHROP, Jane, 81, 139 
LovELL, Mansfield, 45 

Mary, 17, 18, 19 

Minerva Moore, 45 
Lynch, John, 78 

John Conant, 78 

Mary Almira, 78 

Mary Atkins, 78 



Mack, Sarah, 81 
Macomber, Elizabeth, 16, 45 

John, 16, 45 
Macy, Abiel, 185 

Anna, 191 

Bethiah, 211 

Daniel, 185 

Deborah, 119, 211 

Edward, 211 

Eliza, 211 

Elizabeth, 193 

Jabez, 171, 210 

John, 211 

John R., 211 

John W., 211 

Jonathan, 185 

Joseph, 193 



Macy — Cont'd 

Lois, 183, 185, 192 

Love, 210 

Lucy, 211 

Lydia, 185 

Obed, 173 

Peggy, 173 

Peleg, 186 

Rachel, 210 

Richard, 191 

Robert, 211 

Sarah, 211 

Thomas, 200 

William, 185 
Mahieu, Hester, 20, 88, 107, 114, 

117, 143, 148 
Manning, Hezekiah, 27, 43 

Irene, 27, 43 

Mary, 27, 43 

Matilda, 27, 43 

Nancy, 27, 43, 44 

Nathaniel, 27, 43 

Samuel, 27, 43 
Marsh, Catherine, 188 

Etta, 188 

Hammond, 188 

Mary, 188 

Sophia, 188 

William, 188 
Marshall, Henrietta, 140, 141, 142, 
143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 
149 

Joseph, 200 
Martin, Amos, 33, 57 

Dorothy, 115 

Esther, 178 

James, 177, 178 

Sally, 33, 57 

Sarah, 33, 57 
Mason, Clotilda, 60, 72 

Emilie Duryea, 72 

Emilie Meta, 60, 72 

Frances Eldridge, 60, 72 

Frederick, 60, 72 

Frederick Eldridge, 60, 72 
Masterson, Richard, 170 
Mathews, Betsey, 69 

Julie Eldredge, 69 

William Henry Howells, 69 
Mayo, Elisha Frank, 101 

Mary, 46 

Rebecca Sophia, 101 

Sarah, 167 

Thankful Sophia, 101 
McGiLVERY, Ann Leach, 51, 52, 53, 

54, 55, 56 

Clara Elizabeth, 51, 52, 53, 54, 

55, 56 

Elizabeth, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 



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McGiLVERY — Cont'd 

John Willard, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 
56 

Robert, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 
McKenzie, Alexander, 212 

Marcia Demin, 104, 105, 212 
McKee, J. M., 209 

Mary C, 209 
McKiE, Sarah Elizabeth, 35, 36 
McKiNSTRY, Annie Livingston, 37, 
38, 39 

Charles Hedges, 6, 37, 38, 39 

David Charles, 37, 38, 39 

Elisha Williams, 37, 38, 39 

Nancy Whiting, 37, 38, 39 
McLean, Hannah, 127 
McMaster, Rose Anna, 180 
Meacham, Ruth, 61 
Meech, Abbie Backus, 108 

Appleton, 108 

Delia M., 108 

Elizabeth Annette, 108 

Sybil, 108 

William Roscoe, 108 

William Trumbull, 108 
Mellen, Clarissa, 49, 50, 71 

Elizabeth, 49, 50, 71 

Joshua, 49, 50, 71 
Mendall, Mercy, 125 
Merrill, Aurelia Maria, 35, 36 

Ellen, 155 

George Arthur, 6, 35, 36 

Henry, 35 

Henry Franklin, 35, 36 

J. G., 215 

Judith, 156, 157 

Mary, 35 

Sarah Elizabeth, 35, 36 
Mersereau, Esther Caroline, 63, 64, 
65, 66 

Irene, 65, 66 

John Daniel, 6, 63, 64, 65, 66 

John Garrison, 64, 66 

Julia, 64, 66 

Nellia May, 63, 64, 65, 66 

Samuel John Mills, 63, 64, 65, 66 
Miller, , 214 

Lydia, 107, 161, 163 
Mills, Annette Eugenia, 180 

Calvin, 29, 178 

Calvin Henry, 180 

Calvin Jabez, 178, 180 

Charles Gayley, 180 

Charles Rogers, 179, 180 

Edward McMaster, 180 

Emily, 179 

Harriet S., 179 

Helen Sophia, 179 

Henry Rogers, 180 



Mills — Cont'd 

John, 193 

Lucy, 178 

Lucy Emeline, 179 

Matilda, 180 

Roger Sherman, 180 

Rose Anna, 180 

Rose Edith, 180 

Samuel, 178 

Samuel John, 179, 180 

Sarah Sophia, 29, 178, 179, 180 

Sophia Roxanna, 29, 178 
Milton, Sarah Ann, 133, 134, 135, 

136, 137, 138 
Mitchell, Aaron, 183 

Daniel, 183 

Daniel Thornton, 187 

David, 183 

Dorcas, 185 

Edward, 202 

Eleanor Cynthia, 62 

Elihu, 183 

Elizabeth, 20, 67, 117, 185 

Elizabeth Almy, 62, 186 

Experience, 20, 117 

George, 185 

George Henry, 187 

George Marion, 62, 182 

James, 62, 185 

Jane, 20, 117 

Jethro, 62, 182, 183, 184, 185 

John Clasby, 62, 186 

Joseph, 183 

Lucy, 211 

Lydia, 62, 184 

Lydia Green, 62, 185, 186 

Mary, 182, 183 

Moses, 183 

Obed, 62, 183, 184, 185 

Rachel, 62, 182, 183, 184, 185 

Rachel Hepburn, 118 

Richard, 182, 183, 185 

Samuel, 185 

Sarah, 183, 185 

Silvanus, 183 

Thomas, 185, 211 
Mooers, Mary, 173 

William, 173 
MoNNETTE, Carrie Lucile, 115 

Mervine Jeremiah, 115 

Olive Adelaide, 115 

Orra Eugene, 115 
MooRE, Laurilla, 16, 45 

Thomas, 205 
MoREY, Samuel, 181 
Morgan, Elizabeth, 60, 72 

Margery, 108 

Matilda, 27, 43 
Morrell, Emily, 121 



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Morris, Elizabeth, 112 
Morton, Joanna, 87 
Martha, 162 
Mary, 162 

Mercy, 158, 161, 162, 163, 164 
Nathaniel, 162 
Thomas, 162 
Merrick, Mary, 46, 58, 70, 132 

Sarah, 99 
MULUNS, Alice, 18, 22, 25, 30, 37, 
39, 42, 49, 50, 64, C6, 67, 71. 
97, 104, 105, 106, 110, 135, 138, 
151, 156, 159, 166 
Priscilla, 18, 22, 25, 30, 37, 39, 42, 
49, 50, 64, 66, 67, 71, 97, 104, 
105, 106, 110, 135, 138, 151, 
156, 159. 166 
William, 18, 22, 25, 30, 37, 39, 
42, 49, 50, 64, 66, 67, 71, 97, 
104, 105, 106, 110, 135, 138, 
151, 156, 159, 166 
MuNGER, James Knox Polk, 154 

Julia Ada, 154 
MuRCH, Mary Frances, 80 
MuRDO, John, 202 
Murray, Maude, 10 
Myrick, Andrew, 170 
Jedediah, 170 
Jonathan, 171 
Mary, 7, 34, 170, 171 

Neale, Hannah, 97 
Neill, Delia M., 108 
Newcomb, Annie Sarah, 153 

Azubah, 153, 154 

Bethuel Merritt, 153 

Deborah Charlotte, 153, 154 

Elizabeth, 153, 154 

Hepzibah, 153, 154 

Jedidiah, 153, 154 

Julia Ada, 154 

Silas, 153, 154 

Susannah, 153, 154 

Thomas, 153, 154 

William, 153, 154 
Newhall, Edwin White, 40, 41, 42 

Virginia, 6, 40, 41, 42 
Newland, Susanna, 203 
Nicholson, Eliza, 186 
NoRRis, Mary, 31, 77, 98, 100, 122, 

158, 169, 170 
Norton, Asenath, 139 

Charles Oilman, 139 

Fanny, 139 

Mary Frances, 139 

Milford Phillips, 139 

Peter, 139 

Sarah Ann, 139 
Noyes, Mary, 68, 80, 120 



Ober, Martha, 36 

Pauline Tolpy, 36 

Samuel, 36 
Oldham, Lucretia, 8, 60, 72, 79, 94, 

96, 128, 129, 155 
Oliver, Harriet, 188 
Orr, Ellen Holdridge, 94, 96 

Emma Frances, 94 

Harriet Boradel, 96 

Margaret Alice, 81 

Samuel, 94, 96 
Otis, Eunice, 28 

Hannah, 26, 28 

John, 28 

Lydia, 26 

Mary, 62, 112, 118 

Nathaniel, 26, 28 

Prudence, 28 
Ord, Edward Otho Cresap, 139 

Henry Norton, 139 

Mary Frances, 139 
OzBUN, Matthew, 193 

Samuel, 193 



Pabodie, Elizabeth, 24, 25, 38, 39, 41, 
42, 52, 64, 66, 67, 110, 135, 138, 
156, 159 

Lydia, 64, 66 

Mary, 67, 156 

Mercy, 110 

Priscilla, 135, 138, 159 

Ruth, 52 

William, 25, 39, 42, 52, 64, 66. 
67, 110, 135, 156, 159 
Paddock, Abigail, 211 

Alice, 199, 200 

Ann, 198, 199 

Anna, 183 

Bethiah, 58, 132 

Daniel, 112, 197, 198, 199 

Deborah, 199 

Eliphalet, 199, 200 

Joseph, 200 

Lydia, 112, 199, 200 

Margaret, 199 

Nathaniel, 198, 199, 200 

Seth, 199 

Stephen, 200 

Susanna, 112, 197, 198, 199 
Paedts, Jacob, 170 
Paine, Bennett, 101 

John, 101 

Mary, 101 

Sarah, 31, 32, 213 
Parker, Hannah, 73 
Parkhill, Abigail, 61 
Parris, Thomas, 204 



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Partridge, Lydia, 102, 108, 111, 129, 
130 

Mary, 44 
Pease, Abigail, 113, 123, 124 
Peckham, Peleg, 183 
Pendleton, Abbie Backus, 108 
Penn, Christian, 86 
Percival, Elizabeth, 73 
Percy, Emma Washburn, 17, 18, 19, 
20, 21 

George Washington, 17, 18, 19, 
20, 21 
Perrin, Minnie, 106, 107 
Peterson, Marshall, 213 

Mary Wakefield, 213 

Ruth Crocker, 213 

Thomas, 213 
Phelps, Elizabeth, 49, 50, 71 
Phillips, Elizabeth, 49, 50, 71 

Jonathan, 181 
Phinney, John, 35 

Martha, 35 

Mary, 35 

Patience, 35 

Sarah, 35 
Pierce, , 214 

Caleb, 224 

Ira, 15 

Sophia Gleason, 15 

Timothy, 225 
PiNKHAM, Abigail, 172 

Daniel, 171 

Deborah, 200 

Elizabeth, 74, 75 

Jonathan, 171 

Nathaniel, 171 

Paul, 183 

Uriah, 172 
PoiNDEXTER, Irene, 64, 66 

Robert Wade, 64, 66 
Pollard, Mehetable, 199 

Philip, 199 
Pope, Hannah, 93, 94 

Mercy, 152 
Porter, Alexena, 73 

Carrie Augusta, 73 

Eleanor Cynthia, 62 

Ellen, 73 

Francis Rowland, 6, 73 

John Whitcomb, 73 
Post, Mary, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 

145, 146, 147, 148, 149 
Powers, Elizabeth Gilbert, 40, 41, 42 
Pratt, Bethiah, 119, 210 

Dorcas, 7, 34, 119 

Joanna, 100, 122 

Joseph, 7, 34, 119, 170, 172, 210 

Mary, 7, 34, 119, 170, 172, 210 

Patience, 126 



Pratt — Cont'd 

Phineas, 7, 34, 119, 171 

Sarah, 7, 34, 170, 171, 172 
Prence, Mercy, 36, 69, 78, 99, 101, 
167, 189 

Patience, 36, 69, 78, 99, 101, 167, 
189 

Thomas, 36, 69, 78, 99, 101, 167 
Price, Elizabeth Senter, 83 
Priest, Degory, 7, 34, 119, 169, 170, 
172, 210 

Mary, 7, 34, 119, 170, 172, 210 

Sarah, 7, 34, 119, 169, 170 
Proctor, Samuel, 106, 107 

Susanna, 106, 107 



QUARLES, Ethel, 188 



Ransom, Nancy Jane, 67 
Rawson, Estelle Sophia, 97 

Hannah, 97 

Josiah, 97 

Julia, 97 

La Quinio, 97 

Lemuel, 97 

Milton Edmond, 97 

Sarah, 97 

Sophia, 97 
Ray, Mary, 185 
Raymond, Mary, 109, 110 
Redfield, Jared, 64, 66 

Julia, 64, 66 

Levi, 64, 66 

Mary, 64, 66 

Priscilla, 64, 66 

Sybil, 64, 66 

Theophilus, 64, 66 
Reed, Ebenezer, 127 

Elijah Fitch, 127 

Elizabeth, 127, 128 

Hannah, 127 

Julia, 127, 128 

Maro McLean, 127, 128 

Mary, 127 

Olive, 31, 32 
Reid, Julia, 127, 128 

William Thomas, 127, 128 
Renuff, John, 171 

Sarah, 171 
Reynolds, Carrie Augusta, 73 
Rich, Mary, 35 

Richards, Alice, 9, 10, 23, 27, 37. 40, 
43, 63, 65, 113, 123, 124, 127 

Rhoda Elizabeth, 166 

Urania S., 214, 215 
Richardson, Isabella Baxter, 67 

Sarah Frances, 49, 50, 71 



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RiCKARD, Mehitable, 141, 142, 143, 
144, 146, 147, 148, 149, 205 

Rebecca, 141, 146 

Samuel, 141, 146 
Ring, Andrew, 17, 18, 19, 32 

Deborah, 19 

Eleazer, 19 

Hannah, 17, 18, 19 

Mary, 19 

Sarah, 31, 32 

Zeruiah, 17, 18, 19, 32 
Ripley, Hannah, 27, 43 

Irene, 27, 43 

Joshua, 27, 43 

Rebecca Alden, 213 

Thomas, 213 

William, 202 
RiVERSMiTH, Abigail Cunningham, 
22 

Dora Mowatt, 22 

William Henry, 22 
RoBBiNS, Ebenezer, 86, 87, 89, 90 

Eunice, 84, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 
92, 95 

Jeduthan, 92 

Rebecca, 92 
Roberts, Alexena, 73 

Beatrice, 131 
Robinson, James, 175, 177 

Mary, 175, 177 
Rodman, Samuel, 185 
RoEDEL, Sophie C, 61 
Rogers, Ann, 16, 24, 38, 39, 41, 45 

Beatrice, 131 

Charles Skinner, 179 

Christina Cameron, 131 

Elizabeth, 16, 24, 25, 29, 35, 38, 
39, 41, 42, 45, 131 

Gustavus Adolphus, 131 

Hannah, 9, 10, 29, 35, 38, 39, 40, 

41, 42, 131 
Henry W., 179 
Jabez, 29, 131, 178 

John, 16, 24, 25, 29, 38, 39, 41, 

42, 45, 131, 178 
Joseph, 29, 35, 131, 178 
Lucy, 29, 131 

Mary, 35 

Nathaniel, 29, 131, 178 
Patience, 36 
Robert Cameron, 131 
Samuel, 29, 131, 178, 179 
Sarah Sophia, 29, 131, 178, 179 
Sherman Skinner, 131 
Silence, 29, 131 
Sophia Roxanna, 29, 131, 178 
Susan Ann, 131 

Thomas, 16, 24, 29, 35, 38, 41, 
45, 131, 178 



RoTCH, Benjamin, 185 

Elizabeth, 185 

William, 185, 191 
RouN SEVILLE, Elizabeth, 16, 45 
Russell, John, 183 

Priscilla, 183 

Simeon, 183 



Sampson, Abraham, 104 

Alden, 213 

Ann, 212 

Ann Maria, 213 

Augusta Ann, 212, 213 

Caroline, 212 

Constant, 104, 105, 212, 213 

Deborah, 104 

Fanny, 212 

Frank, 212 

George, 212 

Harvey, 212 

Hiram, 213 

John Alden, 104, 105, 212, 213 

John Thomas, 213 

Julia Ann, 213 

Katherine, 212 

Katy, 213 

Lorah, 104 

Marcia Demin, 104, 105, 212 

Maria, 213 

Marianna, 213 

Mary Lydia Egerton, 212 

Mary W., 213 

Mary Wakefield, 213 

Miles, 104 

Myra, 212 

Patience, 104, 105, 212 

Philip, 212 

Philander, 213 

Rebecca, 212 

Rebecca Alden, 213 

Rebecca Partridge, 104, 105 

Ruth Crocker, 213 

Sarah, 104, 213 

Welthea, 213 

William Alden, 213 

Winslow, 213 
Sargent, Alden, 212 

Fanny, 212 

Howard, 212 

Lyman, 212 

Mary, 30 
Saunders, Charles Burton, 27 

Gertrude Newkirk, 37 
Saxton, Matilda, 180 
ScHAUNLOFELL, Katherine, 213 
ScRiBNER, Artemissa, 115 
Seabury, Deborah, 134, 135, 137, 
138, 159, 160, 165 



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Sears, Barnabas, 99 

Lydia, 99 

Priscilla, 99, 189 

Stephen, 99, 189 

Thankful, 99, 189 
Sell, Hulda Ann, 112 
Sexton, Emily, 179 
Shaw, Deborah Charlotte, 153, 154 

Grace, 152 

Joseph, 202 

Mary, 19 
Shepley, Abigail Cunningham, 22 

Abigail Fellowes, 22 

John, 22 
Sherwood, Lydia, 23, 24, 25, 26 

Lydia Ann, 23, 24, 25, 26 

William, 23, 24, 25, 26 
Shinn, James, 116, 117 

Lucy Ellen, 116, 117 

Milicent Washburn, 116, 117 
Shurtleff, Susanna, 31 
SiDENSPARKER, Elizabeth, 153, 154 
Simmons, Frances Etheridge, 188 

John, 110 

Martha, 110 

Mary, 106, 151, 166 

Mercy, 110 
SiMONTON, Susanna, 155 
Skinner, Elizabeth, 81 

Sarah, 29, 131, 179 
Sleeper, Hannah Whittier, 31, 32 
Smith, A. T., 216 

Abigail, 69 

Anne, 63, 65 

Bethiah, 139 

Caroline Louise, 136, 137, 138 

Charles Adam, 27, 43, 44 

Clotilda, 60, 72 

David, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 
138 

David Wiswell, 133, 134, 135, 
136, 137, 138 

Edward Clarence, 43, 44 

Elizabeth, 115 

Etta Eldora, 43, 44 

Gertrude Newkirk, 27 

Harold Edward, 6, 43, 44 

Jane, 201, 203 

John, 221, 223 

Judith, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 
138 

Louise, 216 

Mary, 49, 50, 71, 201 

Matilda, 27, 43, 44 

Pelatiah, 201, 202, 203, 204 

Polly A., 193 

Rebecca McNeilly, 103, 194 

Samuel, 69 



Smith — Cont'd 

Sarah Ann, 133, 134, 135, 136, 
137, 138 

Sarah Catherine, 133, 134, 135 

Sybil, 64, 66 

Virginia Allison, 43, 44 
Snow, Abigail, 47 

Anne, 13 

Anthony, 47 

Constance, 12, 13 

Joseph, 12 

Josiah, 47 

Lydia, 47 

Margaret, 12 

Mark, 13 

Mary, 12 

Nicholas, 12, 13 

Patience, 46 

Rebecca, 47, 141, 146 

Stephen, 12 

William, 141, 146 
SoULE, Anne, 76, 82 

Barnabas, 59, 67, 76, 82, 156, 157 

Benjamin Franklin, 76, 82 

Charles, 76, 82 

Dorcas, 67 

Esther, 59 

Elizabeth, 67 

Ella Etta, 76 

Eunice, 82 

Frank, 76 

George, 55, 59, 76, 82, 157 

Hester, 59, 76, 82, 157 

Jane, 59, 67, 76, 82, 156, 157 

John, 59, 67, 76, 82, 156, 157 

Kathleen Frostena, 82 

Mary, 55, 59, 76, 82 

Mary Pierson, 76 

Mercy, 59, 67, 76, 82, 156, 157 

Moses, 59, 67, 76, 82, 156, 157 

Nancy, 76, 82 

Patience, 55 
Souther, Lizzie, 30 
Southworth, Alice, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 
23, 27, 37, 40, 43, 51, 63, 65, 85, 
127 

Edward, 67, 156, 170 

Lois, 151 

Mary, 67, 105, 156 

Mercy, 59, 67, 76, 82, 156 
Spade, Kate, 216, 217 

Lelia V., 217 

P., 216 
Sparrow, Eunice, 70 

Isaac, 70 

Mary, 70 

Rebecca, 36, 78 
Spencer, Asa, 8, 79 

Caroline Matilda, 8, 79 



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Spencer — Cont'd 

Catherine Esten, 8, 79 

George Otis, 79 

George Willig, 6, 8, 79 
Spooner, Anna, 185 

Deborah, 185 

Merab, 185 

Sarah, 85 
Sprague, Sarah, 105 
Standish, Abigail, 51 

Alexander, 17, 18, 32, 33, 57, 104 

Barbara, 17, 32, 33, 61 

Deborah, 61 

Ebenezer, 17, 18, 32, 33, 57 

Emeline, 61 

Hannah, 17, 18, 32, 33, 57 

Henry Johnson, 61 

Hester A., 61 

John Henry, 61 

Josiah, 61 

Lemuel, 61 

Lorah, 104 

Miles, 6, 61 

Myles, 17, 32, 33, 61 

Ruth, 61 

Samuel, 61 

Sarah, 17, 18, 32, 33, 57, 61, 104 

Sophie C, 61 

Thomas, 61 

Zeruiah, 17, 18, 19, 32 
Stanley, Mary Swain, 119, 211 

William Henry, 219 
Staples, Hannah, 33, 57 

Sarah, 33, 57 

Seth, 33, 57 
Starbuck, Anna, 190 

Benjamin, 183 

Christopher, 185, 191 

Daniel, 185 

Dinah, 199 

Dorcas, 199 

Elizabeth, 191 

Hezekiah, 185 

Jethro, 191, 199 

Judith, 103, 190 

Kezia, 185 

Lydia, 191 

Mary, 119, 185, 191, 211 

Nathaniel, 191, 199 

Paul, 171 

Rachel, 191 

William, 171, 190, 191 
Starr, Caroline Matilda, 8, 79 

Daniel, 8, 79 

Elizabeth, 60, 72 

Hannah, 8, 60, 72, 79 

Jonathan, 60, 72 

Lucy, 8, 79 



Starr — Cont'd 

Mary, 60, 72 

Samuel, 60, 72 
Stearns, Elizabeth, 22 
Sterrett, Juliana H. S., 140, 141, 
142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 
148, 149 
Stetson, Abigail, 133, 136 

Elisha, 133, 136 

Huldah, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 
138, 159, 160, 165 

Judith, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 
138 

Rebecca Soule, 158, 159, 160, 
161, 163, 164, 165 

Samuel, 133, 136, 159, 160, 165 

Sarah, 133, 136 
Stoddard, Mary Elizabeth Calista, 
84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 
92, 93, 95 
Stone, John, 193 
Story, Mary, 125, 126 
Strong, Jedidiah, 225 

John, 221 

Mary, 109 

Preserved, 225 

Sarah, 225 
Studley, Sarah, 104 
Sturgess, Bethiah, 167 
Sturtevant, Hannah, 17, 18, 32, 33, 

57 
SuLLiVANT, William S., 209 
Swain, Betsey, 211 

Caleb, 191, 199 

Deborah, 119, 211 

Eliza, 211 

Elizabeth, 200 

Francis, 183 

Franklin F., 195 

Frederick F., 174 

John, 211 

Lucretia, 174, 211 

Lucy, 211 

Lydia, 173, 211 

Lydia Howland, 119 

Mary, 211 

Nancy, 174 

Sarah, 211 

Thomas, 119, 211 

Thomas H., 211 

Tristram, 183 

William, 200 

William Cartwright, 119, 211 
Swift, John Franklin, 121 

Mary Angelina, 121 
Sylvester, Hannah, 93 

Joseph, 93 
Symmes, Anna Aurora, 114 

Caroline Hannah, 114 



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Sym MES — Cont'd 

Frank Jameson, 114 
Isaac, 114 
Mary, 114 
Mary W., 213 
William, 114 

Taintor, Prudence, 28 
Talbot, Eliza, 11, 14, 15, 174 

Emily Foster, 11, 12, 13, 14, 174 

Peter, 11, 14. 15 

Sophia Gleason, 11, 12, 13, 14, 
15 

William Chaloner, 11, 12, 13, 14, 
15, 174 
Talford, D. W., 214 
Tasker, Deborah, 167 
Terry, Caroline Coleman, 106, 107 

Isaiah Franklin, 106, 107 

Joseph Tripp, 106, 107 

Minnie, 106, 107 
Thacher, Bethiah, 83 

Hannah, 26, 28 

John, 26, 28 

Lydia, 26, 28, 78 

Thomas, 221 
Thickins, Jane, 170 

Randall, 170 

Ranulphe, 169 
Thomas, Eunice, 126 

Hannah, 134, 137, 160, 165 

James, 134, 137, 165 

Mary, 134, 137, 165 

Nathaniel, 204 

Sarah, 166 
Thompson, Alice Louise, 100, 122 

Annette Eugenia, 180 
Thurston, Dora Mowatt, 22 

George Pierce, 22 
TiLDEN, Hannah, 134, 137, 165 

Mary, 134, 137, 165 

Stephen, 134, 137, 165 
TiLLEY, Elizabeth, 26, 28, 62, 68, 73, 
74, 75, 80, 92, 103, 109, 112, 
118, 120, 121, 164 

John, 26, 28, 62, 68, 73, 74, 75, 
80, 92, 103, 109, 112, 118, 120, 
121, 164 
TiLLSON, Josiah, 213 

Julia Ann, 213 
Tinkham, Ebenezer, 126 

Elizabeth, 126 

Ephraim, 125, 126 

Eunice, 125, 126 

Joanna, 125 

Mary, 125, 126 

Mercy, 125 

Patience, 126 

Peter, 125, 126 



ToADViN, Virginia Allison, 43, 44 
TooGOOD, Elizabeth, 109 
Tracy, John, 219 
Tribble, Augusta Ann, 212, 213 

Chester F., 213 

Frank, 213 

George, 213 

Henry, 213 

Katherine, 213 

Sarah A., 213 

William T., 212 
Tripp, Susanna, 106, 107 
Trott, Mary, 171 
Tucker, Mary, 152 
Turner, Bathshua, 155 

John, 155 

Joseph, 155 

Mary, 155 
Twining, Elizabeth, 29, 131 
Tybault, William Cornelison, 170 

Valentine, Alice Maud, 155, 156, 
157 

Eliza, 77, 98 

Elizabeth, 49, 50, 71 

John Joseph, 155, 156, 157 

William, 49, 50, 71 
Van Dyke, Irene, 70 

Walter, 70 
Van Etten, Ann, 113, 123, 124 
Van Zandt, Cornelia A., 214 
Vaughan, Susan, 115 
Viall, Elizabeth, 11, 14, 15 
Vincent, John, 170 

Sarah, 7, 34, 119, 169, 170 
ViSHER, Emma Louise, 68, 80, 187 

Wade, Susanna, 208 

Thomas, 208 
Wadsworth, Elisha, 219 

Hopestill, 102, 111, 130 
Wait, Martha, 150 
Wakefield, Mary, 105 
Walden, Hannah, 78 
Walker, Cyrus, 11, 12, 13, 14 

Emily Foster, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 
174 

Mary Alvord, 14 

Talbot Cyrus, 14 
Walter, Julia, 188 
Walton, Marian Maud, 99, 189 
Ward, Andrew Henshaw, 30 

Catherine Mary, 30 

Joseph Walter, 30 

Lizzie, 30 

Sarah, 30 



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Warren, Abigail, 47 

Ann, 134, 137, 165 

Elizabeth, 11, 14, 15, 47, 56, 93, 
134, 137, 150, 152, 165 

James, 220, 221 

Mary, 56, 93, 150 

Richard, 11, 14, 15, 47, 56, 93, 
134, 137, 150, 152, 165 
Washburn, Eleazer, 205 

Elizabeth, 20, 117 

Hannah, 20, 21, 116, 117 

John, 20, 117 

Jonathan, 202 

Joseph, 20, 21, 116, 117 

Lucy, 20, 21, 116, 117 

Milicent, 20, 21, 116, 117 

Patience, 104, 105, 212 

Ruth, 20, 21, 116, 117 
Watkins, Emma Agnes, 189 
Watson, Mercy, 99 

Phebe, 36 
Way, Hannah, 8, 79 
Webb, Mary, 27, 43 
Wells, Charles Bourne, 214, 215 

Cornelia A., 214 

Deborah Freeman, 167, 214, 215 

Deborah Tasker, 214, 215 

Edward Freeman, 215 

Emily D., 214, 215 

Franklin Otis. 215 

George Henry, 214, 215 

Harriet M., 214 

Lucia Ann, 215 

Martin, 167, 214, 215 

Martin Pomeroy, 214, 215, 216 

Mary Hinckley, 167, 214, 215, 
216 

Urania S., 214, 215 

William Reed, 214, 215 
West, Jemima, 110 

Luna, 109, 110 

Martha, 110 

Moses, 110 

Samuel, 110 
Weston, Clarissa, 71 

Essie Maud, 71 

Joshua Francis, 50 

Jubal, 6, 49, 50, 71 

Nellie, 50 

Patience, 35 

Sarah Frances, 49, 50, 71 

Thomas, 35 
Wetherell, Daniel, 8, 79, 94, 96, 
128 

Grace, 8, 79, 94, 96, 128 

Mary, 8, 79, 94, 96, 128 
Wetmore, Chauncey, 102, 111 

Lucy, 102, 111 

Oliver, 102, 111 



Wetmore — Cont'd 

Rebecca, 102, 111 

Ruth. 20, 21, 116, 117 

Sarah, 102, 111 
Wheaton, Laban, 181 
Whelden, Katherine, 46, 58, 70, 

132, 154 
Whippey, Benjamin, 172 

Eunice, 172 
White, Hannah, 106, 151, 166 
Whiting, Amy, 40, 41, 42 

Anna, 23, 24, 25, 37, 38, 39 

Anna Frances, 40, 41, 42 

Charles, 23, 24, 25, 37, 38, 39, 
40, 41, 42 

Daniel, 40, 41, 42 

Elizabeth, 23, 24, 25, 37, 38, 39, 
40, 41, 42 

Elizabeth Gilbert, 40, 41, 42 

Gamaliel, 23, 24, 25, 37, 38, 39 

Henry Laurens, 40, 41, 42 

Mary, 23, 24, 25, 26 

Sarah, 37, 38, 39 

Virginia, 40, 41, 42 

William Bradford, 40, 41, 42 
Whitman, Benjamin, 206 

Daniel, 114 

Mary, 114 

Samuel, 206 

Thomas, 206 
Whitney, Asa, 35 

Mary, 35 

Patience, 35 

Rhoda, 12, 13 

Samuel, 35 
Wilbur, Allen Russell, 68, 80, 187, 
188, 189 

Caroline Luana, 187 

Elizabeth Agnes, 68, 187 

Emma Louise, 68, 80 

Frances, 188 

Harold Russell, 187 

Ila L., 187 

Isaac Richardson, 68, 80, 187, 
189 

John Strait, 187 

Mary Frances, 80 

Sophia, 68, 80, 187, 188 

William, 187 
Wilcox, Susan Sherman, 109, 110 
WiLLCOCKS, Sybil, 64, 66 
Wilde, Daniel, 33, 57 

Sarah, 33, 57 
Williams, , 214 

Elizabeth, 16, 45 

Nathaniel, 16, 45 

Samuel, 196, 197 

Sarah, 61 



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Wilson, Emilie Duryea, 72 
Eunice, 193 
Helen Mills, 31, 32 
John Ralph, 72 
Persis, 57 

WiNCHENDON, John, 202 

WiNSLow, Agatha, 47 

John, 21, 54, 87, 116, 140, 142, 
145, 147 

Lydia, 47 

Mary, 21, 54, 87, 116, 140, 142, 
145, 147, 201, 205, 206, 208 

Nathaniel, 47, 48 

Oliver, 47 

Sarah, 47, 48 

Susannah, 21, 54, 116, 140, 142, 
145, 147, 201, 205, 206, 208 
Wise, Ann, 216, 217 

Cornelia, 216, 217 

James Alexander, 167, 214, 216 

Kate, 216, 217 

Louise, 216 

Mary Hinckley, 167, 214, 216 

Virginia, 167, 216 

William B. West, 216, 217 
WiswELL, Deborah, 135, 138, 159 

Ichabod, 135, 138, 159 

Priscilla, 135, 138, 159 
Witter, Elizabeth, 108, 129 
Wood, Ebenezer, 121 

Emily, 121 

Georgia A, 166 

Hannah, 166 

Henry, 166 

Jabez, 121 

Joseph, 121 

Leroy Bacon, 166 

Margaret, 121 

Mary, 51, 85 

Mary Angeline, 121 

Mercy, 121 

Rhoda Elizabeth, 166 

Sarah, 166 



Wood — Cont'd 

Sophronia Cathcart, 112. 201 

Thomas, 166 

William Graham, 121 

Zechariah, 166 
Woodward, John, 224 

Percy, 213 

Welthea, 213 
WooDWORTH, David, 221, 223 

Henry, 221, 223 

Moses, 221, 223 
WOOSTER, Jemima, 113, 123, 124 
Worth, Abigail, 190 

Anna, 190 

Charles, 191 

Daniel, 183, 190, 191, 193 

Elizabeth, 74, 75 

Ellen, 74 

Eunice, 191, 192 

Frederick, 74, 75 

George Frederick, 74, 75 

Jethro, 191, 193 

Joseph, 74, 75, 103, 190, 191, 192, 
193 

Judith, 103, 191, 192 

Lillian Elizabeth, 75 

Lydia, 74, 75, 190, 191, 193, 199 

Mary, 74, 75 

Matilda, 103, 191, 192, 193 

Miriam, 190 

Nathaniel, 190, 191 

Reuben, 190 

Ruth, 74, 75 

Shubael, 190, 191 

Sidney, 6, 75 

Silvanus, 190, 191 

Thomas, 190 

William, 74, 75, 190, 191 
Wright, Abel, 224 

Joseph, 177 

Yeomans, Lucy, 102, 111 
Young, Patience, 81 



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